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NBC Politics: Ex-Supreme Court justice has second thoughts on Bush v. Gore

Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor expressed doubts that the nation's highest court should have ruled on the controversial Bush v. Gore case that decided the outcome of the 2000 presidential election. "It took the case and decided it at a time when it was still … Full story

click3: Sandra Day O’Connor says Bush v. Gore may have been a ‘mistake’

   Sandra Day O'Connor tells the Chicago Tribune, Bush V. Gore may have been a mistake; teens in Georgia successfully organize their school's first integrated prom, thanks to help from Facebook; and one man confronts a "reporter" from Alex Jones' conspiratorial InfoWars website.

Former Supreme Court justice doubts Bush v. Gore decision

   More than a decade after issuing the controversial decision that put George W. Bush into office, Sandra Day O’Connor admits today she’s had second thoughts about the case.

Court may limit use of race in college admission decisions

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thirty-five years after the Supreme Court set the terms for boosting college admissions of African Americans and other minorities, the court may be about to issue a ruling that could restrict universities' use of race in deciding who is awarded places. Full story

Sandra Day O’Connor on social shifts, Bush v. Gore

   Sandra Day O’Connor, former Supreme Court Justice and author of “Out of Order,” talks with Rachel Maddow about how the court takes into account shifts in public opinion, and her feelings about the Bush v. Gore decision.

Sandra Day O’Connor among tonight’s reasons to watch

   Bill Wolff, executive producer for The Rachel Maddow Show previews Monday night’s show, which includes an interview with former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.

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Former United States Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'Connor
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The first female supreme court justice, Sandra Day O'Connor, speaks as fellow Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg listens during a forum at the Newseum, in Washington

The first female supreme court justice, Sandra Day O'Connor , speaks as fellow Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg listens during a forum at the Newseum, in Washington, DC, April 11, 2012, to mark the 30th anniversary of O'Connor's first term on the Supreme Court. REUTERS/Mike Theiler