Examiner Editorial: Lengthy Senate report details EPA FOIA abuses

Examiner Editorial: Lengthy Senate report details EPA FOIA abuses

September 12, 2013
Originally published in The Washington Examiner

Jackson resigned from EPA in December 2012 after it became known the agency's inspector general had opened an investigation. Jackson has recently "lawyered-up," apparently as part of her preparation for the House hearing on Tuesday, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

The WFB quotes a Jackson lawyer denying that she has done anything illegal and expects to cooperate fully with the House panel.

Jackson's use of the Richard Windsor account became public last year as a result of publication of a book by Christopher C. Horner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute.