Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan won’t give her opening statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee until late this afternoon, but the White House has released a few excerpts of what she’s planning to say.
Kagan, who was the dean of Harvard Law School before becoming U.S. solicitor general, will draw in part on that earlier experience.
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