Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor's views on abortion are raising more questions from both sides of the debate.
Conservatives and liberals want to know where she stands on the issue before she's confirmed.
In fact, many pro-abortion groups have yet to endorse her.
They're waiting to see how she answers questions about the landmark Roe-versus-Wade decision.
But a conservative, pro-life Catholic leader is supporting Sotomayor.
William Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, told the Washington Times he will be "quietly rooting" for her to be confirmed.
He says he's "looking at this pool of likely competitors, and, far and away, Sotomayor is the best candidate."