He said it was "too early to tell" whether Alito's judicial record would reveal "extraordinary circumstances" that could warrant a Senate showdown. "I've only begun to look at his record," said Lieberman, who plans to meet privately with the nominee Tuesday. "This is going to a long process."At this point, Lieberman said, he has no reason to believe that Judge Alito would vote to overturn Roe vs. Wade. But he said,
"If I conclude he'd overturn (the landmark Roe vs. Wade abortion ruling), it would weigh heavily on my decision."
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