"Justice Ginsburg also loved the Court to which she so devoted her life. A Court for all of us," Holtzblatt said. "Even as our hearts are breaking, we must rise with her strength and move forward."
Ginsburg, a champion of gender equality, made history again on Friday as the first woman and first Jewish person to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol, in a ceremony featuring tears, soaring music and even push-ups.
Ginsburg, a stalwart liberal on the high court since 1993, died last Friday at age 87. Known simply as RBG, the first Jewish woman on the court became an icon to millions of Americans - especially young girls - after a long legal career fighting for equal rights.