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Cases, talks offer hints to her views

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By Michael Kranish and Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Correspondent / May 27, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Introducing Sonia Sotomayor yesterday as his first Supreme Court nominee, President Obama relished telling her up-from-poverty life story and highlighting her history-making ethnic roots. But he stressed that he picked her because of her intellect, judicial experience, and her determination "to approach decisions without any particular ideology or agenda." (Full article: 1061 words)

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