More of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan's records have been released.
More than 40,000 pages of documents were handed over from the Clinton Presidential Library, Friday, detailing her time at the White House as an adviser.
Some of the papers revealed Kagan helped draft an executive order on individual's rights to religious expression in the workplace.
Senators involved in Kagan's confirmation are demanding all of the documents related to her be released before confirmation hearings start June 28.
*Originally broadcast June 11, 2010.