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Clinton Library: 77 Million Pages Still Kept from Public

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More than 21 months after the records in the Clinton Presidential Library became subject to the Freedom of Information Act, only one half of 1 percent of the 78 million pages of documents and 20 million e-mail messages at the federally funded facility are public, Newsweek reports. The delay is a product of both limited staffing – only six archivists sorting through the records – and tight control over the information by former President Bill Clinton. Meanwhile, some 300 FOIA requests are pending. (10/29/07)