Justice Ginsburg let her true feelings about drug companies slip during oral arguments in Warner-Lambert Co. v. Kent:

JUSTICE GINSBURG: And so the State of Michigan has said: Drug dealers — I’m sorry — drug sellers —
(Laughter.)

That is her first ‘joke’ of the term (per my calculations.)


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