Report finds Bush White House violations
The White House Office of following Affairs during the George W. Bush administration defiled the law by giving briefings to following employees, conclude a government account issued Monday.

The report says the electoral success of the Republican Party and possible strategies for achieve it often were on the schedule at some 75 supporting briefings at 20 federal agencies from 2001 to 2007. Proscribed political activities were prevalent in the months running up to the 2006 midterm elections, according to the description.

The Office of Special Counsel finished that such briefings should take place away from the federal place of work during nonbusiness hours and that turnout should be totally optional.

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