The William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum on Friday posted online some of the long-awaited documents related to Elena Kagan’s work in the White House in the 1990s.

Archive officials have said the documents could be just the beginning of what they release, and they plan to post more on a rolling basis ahead of Kagan’s confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court. That hearing begins June 28.

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