Janet Jagan Frmr. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) Supervisor Hilda Solis
Julie Gunlock Gretchen Hamel Michelle Bachelet
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Marjorie  Dannenfelser Rep. Yvette  Clarke (D-NY) Dr. Maya Angelou
Latifa Lyles Cathy McMorris Rodgers Kim Gandy
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Sandra Day O'Connor

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In 1981 Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman to serve as a justice in the 191-year history of United States Supreme Court. A Republican appointed by Ronald Reagan, O'Connor has grit and intelligence that has made her an interesting figure in the nation's highest court of law.

For more, visit here: http://www.oconnorhouse.org/oconnor/biography.php

Watch the show she was on here: http://www.pbs.org/to-the-contrary/watch/116/womens-history-month-special



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