(Daily Caller) The free-market Competitive Enterprise Institute is suing the Environmental Protection Agency over its extremely slow release of emails related to chief Lisa Jackson's alias email account.
CEI says that at its current pace, EPA will fulfill the group's government records request in 100 years.
In 2012, CEI requested records regarding Jackson's alias email account under the name "Richard Windsor" — an address she used to communicate with government officials and green groups while avoiding federal transparency laws. CEI sued and eventually got 3,000 "Richard Windsor" emails from EPA, but that was only the tip of the iceberg.
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