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EPA admits secret email use as House leaders fume

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Six House leaders are pressing their demands for documents after a senior Environmental Protection Agency executive confirmed that Administrator Lisa Jackson has used a fake name and a secret email account while doing official business. Arvin Ganesan, EPA's associate administrator for congressional and intergovernmental affairs, told the committee in a Dec. 12, 2012, letter that a secret email...

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