Republicans on the House Science, Space and Technology Committee have launched a probe into whether Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa Jackson has been conducting official business using secret email accounts.
The lawmakers said the practice may violate transparency and record-keeping laws.
Chris Horner, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and vocal critical of the administration’s environmental policies, claimed earlier this month that, while researching a book, he discovered evidence that Jackson was using alias email accounts, including one under the name “Richard Windsor.”
Read more at The Hill. By Brendan Sasso.