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Democrats seek to delay Pruitt vote after court rules on emails

February 16, 2017
Senate Democrats are seeking to delay the scheduled Feb. 17 vote on Scott Pruitt's nomination to be EPA administrator after an Oklahoma state judge ruled late Feb. 16 that the state's attorney general (AG) office that Pruitt leads must produce thousands of documents related to his correspondence with fossil fuel industry groups while the state's top litigator. Greenwire first reported the judge's ruling late Feb. 16. Oklahoma district Judge Aletia Haynes Timmons gave the attorney general's office until Feb...

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