Missing White House E-Mails Still a Problem
Opposition group wins another round in court, prolonging the legal battle.
A public advocacy group won another legal round Feb. 11 in its efforts to force the White House to reveal the whereabouts of millions of missing Bush administration e-mails.
Rejecting the White House Office of Administration's contention that it is not subject to Freedom of Information Act requests, District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ordered the OA (Office of Administration) to participate in limited discovery.
With Kollar-Kotelly's ruling, the CREW (Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington) can continue its campaign to find documents prepared by the White House OA assessing the scope of the missing White House e-mail problem and its proposed recovery plan.
For the full story, see: White House E-Mail Case Clears Another Hurdle
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