U.S. Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan submitted her answers Tuesday to a background questionnaire from the Senate Judiciary Committee — opening windows into her year as solicitor general, her finances, and the nominating process.

Her 202 pages of answers, along with boxes of supporting documents, will form the foundation of Kagan’s confirmation hearing before the committee. Lawyers for the committee’s Democratic and Republican staffs will be combing through the materials for information to support or oppose her confirmation.

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