White House Admits to Unsolicited E-Mails

Kara Reeder

Although it had been denying it, the White House now admits that people may have been getting unsolicited e-mails because they had been added to e-mail lists without their knowledge. According to an Associated Press article on Federal News Radio, the administration puts the blame on unnamed political groups outside of the White House.

 

The White House also has announced that it has shut down an e-mail account that was being used to collect tips from Americans on "fishy" claims about the President's health-care plan after Republicans and bloggers raised concerns.



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