Senate questioning of Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito Jr. ended Thursday with several Democratic senators voicing deep reservations about his views. They did not rule out a filibuster to block his confirmation.

“I remain very troubled,” Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., told Alito, depicting him as a non-mainstream judge who “almost always chooses the rightward course.”

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