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Will Admin. Claim Executive Privilege Over Reading First Docs?

One thing I neglected to mention about last night's Spellings appearance in LA and her comments about not having been intimately involved in Reading First is that, in response to a question from USA Today's Greg Toppo, Spellings said she wasn't sure whether the administration would release all the documents and emails that Congressman Miller had requested, based on executive privilege. Toppo pressed her on whether she would want to release the documents, but she said it was up to the White House.
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