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Elena Kagan Has Nothing New to Tell Senators About Harvard and the Military

I’m confident that the students had access to the military and the military had access to our students for my entire tenure.

—Elena Kagan, testifying today before the U.S. Senate about her tenure at Harvard Law, and her desire to block military recruiters [via]

The military retained full access to our students (and vice versa) through the good offices of the Harvard Law School Veterans Association, which essentially took the place of OCS in enabling interviews to occur.

—Elena Kagan, saying basically the same thing in 2005 [via]

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One Comment

  • dfrw

    Well, clearly Sessions wanted Kagan to state her opinion in public and on the record for all the world to see and hear. Now she has…good for her. Sessions, like most southern politicians and most people in the south, think there is something wrong with gay people and there is particularly something wrong gay people serving openly in the military and he’s hoping to score a few bigotry points for his constituents. Done.

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