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Judge Sotomayor Confirmation Hearings Day 1

Monday, July 13, 2009

Supreme Court nominee judge Sonia Sotomayor (R) with Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) (L). Confirmation hearing for Sotomayor start July 13. (Getty Images)

Supreme Court nominee judge Sonia Sotomayor (R) with Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) (L). Confirmation hearing for Sotomayor start July 13. (Getty Images)

Listen live to the hearings starting at 10am

The Senate Judiciary Committee begins confirmation Monday on the nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. Most analysts see her ascent to the high court as inevitable.Live Coverage of the Sotomayor Hearings
Tune in for live streaming video starting at 10AM. Plus, tune in at 8PM on AM 820 all week for NPR's series of one hour specials devoted to the confirmation hearings.

Video Coverage Courtesy of: The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer

Coverage of Judge Sonia Sotomayor
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Comments [1]

Judging Sotomayor

I really do like Sotomayor. She’s got a compelling backstory and from everything I’ve read, she seems like an excellent fit for the supreme court. But then again, just like with Presidents, it’s difficult to tell how they will really be until they have the position. There’s a good article floating around online today about whether Sotomayor might be the left’s version of Scalia in terms of temperament and the way she argues: http://bit.ly/c8tuS Not sure if this is a good thing or not.

Jul. 13 2009 01:29 PM

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