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Nelson added that he would not join Republicans if they try to filibuster Kagan.
"In my view, this nominee deserves an up or down vote in the Senate," he said.
The Senate is expected to vote Tuesday on the nomination of the solicitor general to the high court.
Democrats have more than enough votes to confirm Kagan. Five Republicans have said they'll also vote for her.
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