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The White House on Monday warned Democrats not to make extensive requests for Supreme Court nominee John Roberts’ legal writings in previous Republican administrations, saying many such documents are “out of bounds.”

Separately, the Supreme Court nominee waved off questions about whether he was a member of a conservative legal organization. Roberts, on his fourth day paying courtesy calls on senators, hasn’t answered questions since President Bush announced him — as is typical for nominees — and one Democratic senator said the matter wouldn’t affect the confirmation.

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