Follow The National Law Journal‘s live coverage of the Sotomayor Senate confirmation hearings here, via Twitter. NLJ Supreme Court correspondent Tony Mauro will also be blogging updates from the hearing at The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times.

In her 1993 U.S. Supreme Court nomination hearing, Ruth Bader Ginsburg vowed she would make “no hints, no forecasts, no previews” on issues that might face the Court. But she did respond to some questions about past high court rulings, agreeing, for example, with the decision in Moore v. East Cleveland that a housing ordinance’s definition of “family,” which excluded a grandmother living with her son and two grandsons, violated the grandmother’s due process rights.

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