It’s not clear to us what documents the White House and Miers are claiming they would not release to the Judiciary Committee. On Tuesday, the White House sent clear indications to a number of Republican Senators that some policy documents prepared by Miers prior to her elevation to the Counsel to the President post would be released. Those were considered by Republicans to be far more important than her Counsel memos, because they would be dealt with policy development, and might have been more revealing on her overall philosophy.
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