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House Wants More Travel Office Answers

WASHINGTON (Feb. 16) --House Republicans probing the firing of the White House travel office staff have submitted 26 more questions they want Hillary Rodham Clinton to answer.

Rep. William F. Clinger Jr. (R-Pa.), chair of the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee, delivered the questions to White House Counsel Jack Quinn on Thursday. Ms. Clinton is being asked to answer them in writing and under oath by Feb. 29.

Clinger did not release the specific questions, but said they attempt to determine her knowledge of the firings and later investigations into the controversy, including a review by the General Accounting Office. A memo by a presidential aide has pointed to the First Lady as wanting the removal of the travel office employees.

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