Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman judge of the US Supreme Court, died today

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Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman judge appointed to the United States Supreme Court, died today at the age of 93.

She was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Ronald Reagan in 1981, and was the first woman to hold that position. She retired after serving as a judge in 2006.After retirement, she continued to work and served as a visiting judge in the federal courts.

Justice Sandra Day O’Connor had been suffering from dementia for the past few years. She disappeared from the public life in 2018. Her husband also had dementia, which led to his death in 2009. The reason for her retirement in 2006 was to take care of her husband.

Her death was announced today after a long absence from public life. According to sources, she was suffering from advanced dementia, Alzheimer’s and respiratory problems.

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