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Judicial Watch files FOIA over World War II Memorial's closure

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A decision to barricade the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., to visitors during the federal government shutdown attracted national attention Wednesday when a group of veterans removed the barriers to visit the memorial, but it remained unclear who was responsible for the memorial's forcible closure. Judicial Watch sent a Freedom of Information Act request Wednesday to the...

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