DOE wants task force documents secret
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MAY 11, 2001

The Department of Energy has denied a freedom of information act request to identify the groups helping define the Bush administration's national energy policy.

The DOE said the information is "pre-decisional" and therefore not subject to the law. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) said on Thursday they are appealing the decision.

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DOE Silent On Energy Task Force Contacts (Reuters 5/11)

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