House Panel Prods DOD For Info On Intel Base, Clearances

By Daniel Wilson (July 20, 2016, 6:08 PM EDT) -- The House Oversight Committee on Tuesday asked Defense Secretary Ashton Carter for documents related to a contentious siting decision for a $317 million intelligence facility and on federal and contractor employees denied security clearances, possibly related to ongoing sparring over Hillary Clinton's use of personal email for official business.

In the first of the letters, several senior Republican lawmakers asked Carter to hand over copies of two documents related to the decision of where to place the Joint Intelligence Analysis Complex, set to become the U.S. Department of Defense's largest intelligence base outside of the U.S.

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