When it came time for her to question Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., took on two of the most emotional issues that come before the Court.

Feinstein, a former mayor of San Francisco, first brought up gun rights. She noted that cities in her state are plagued with gun violence, much of it involving innocent bystanders, and she recalled the 1978 killing of San Francisco politician Harvey Milk, whom she found shot to death in Milk’s office.

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