Women Allowed to Argue Cases Before Supreme Court

Women Allowed to Argue Cases Before Supreme Court

Rutherford B. Hayes
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A bill signed today by American President Rutherford B. Hayes allows female attorneys to argue legal cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.


The Presidents: Number 19: Rutherford B. Hayes

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