I always wait until a jury has spoken until I anticipate what they will doOutside View: Rubbishing the Right Aug 17, 2002
He doesn't seem like he's gotten a lot for the $2 million he's spentJeb Bush maintains comfy lead in Florida Jun 13, 2002
They say what about your health? And I say I went to the doctors and the doctors assured me it won't affect my ability to be governor and I'm running hardJanet Reno winds up Red Truck Tour Mar 12, 2002
This trip has told me that Floridians are interested in who has experience, who has delivered, who is what they say they are, who will do what they say they will do, who will make the hard decisions and then be accountable to the peopleJanet Reno winds up Red Truck Tour Mar 12, 2002
You're going to have to excuse me for a minute. I'm going to have to sit downJanet Reno collapses during speech Jan 31, 2002
Janet Wood Reno (born July 21, 1938) is a former Attorney General of the United States (1993–2001). She was nominated by President Bill Clinton on February 11, 1993, and confirmed on March 11. She was the first female Attorney General and the second longest serving Attorney General after William Wirt.
Reno's father, Henry Olaf Reno (original surname Rasmussen), emigrated to the United States from Denmark and for forty-three years was a police reporter for the Miami Herald. Jane Wallace (née Wood), Reno's mother, raised her children and then became an investigative reporter for the Miami News. Janet Reno has three younger siblings.
Reno attended public school in Miami-Dade County, Florida, where she was a debating champion and was valedictorian at Coral Gables High School. In 1956, Reno enrolled at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, where she majored in chemistry, lived in Balch Hall, became president of the Women's Self-Government Association, and earned her room and board.