Elena Kagan Supreme Court completed questionnaire just posted

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WASHINGTON—Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan’s answers to the Senate Judiciary Committee extensive background questionnaire were posted Tuesday afternoon.

The documents include, according to the Committee:

On May 13, 2010, the Committee released the questions included in the bipartisan Committee questionnaire. The responses were received on May 18, 2010.

Committee Questionnaire

Question 12A – Publications – Books, Articles, Reports, Letters to the Editor, Editorial Pieces, Other Published Materials

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Question 12B – Reports, Memoranda, Policy Statements, Minutes, Agendas, Other Materials

Question 12C – Testimony, Official Statements, Other Communications

Question 12D – Speeches, Remarks, Lectures, Panel Discussions, Conferences, Political Speeches, Symposia, Panels, Continuing Legal Education Events, Question and Answer Sessions

Question 12E – Outlines and Notes from Speeches

Question 12F – Interviews

Question 12G – Reports, Memoranda, Policy Statements from Public Office

Question 12H – Community-Wide Letters, Emails and Other Communications

Question 12I – Letters, Pamphlets, Website Content, Articles, Other Materials

BACKGROUND: “On Thursday, May 13, 2010, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Ranking Member Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) released the bipartisan questionnaire the Senate Judiciary Committee has asked Solicitor General Elena Kagan to complete in connection with her nomination to be an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court.”

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