Dems charge White House violated 1978 Presidential Records Act

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The White House said Thursday that missing e-mail messages sent on Republican Party accounts may include some relating to the firing of eight United States attorneys....

[Representative Henry A. Waxman, the California Democrat who is chairman of a House committee looking into the use of political e-mail accounts,] said he now had “serious concerns about the White House’s compliance with the Presidential Records Act,” a 1978 law that requires administrations to keep records of deliberations, decisions and policies. The congressman asked for an inventory of all communications by White House officials on nongovernment e-mail accounts.

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