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Published on Aug 22, 2007
On Tuesday House Oversight Committee Chairman Henry Waxman (D-CA) sent out a request for information to 19 different government agencies, all of which apparently took part in an expansive scheme by Karl Rove to use agency officials and resources to help Republican politicians win elections, a possible violation of the Federal Hatch Act. In today's episode we take a look back at some of the past testimony by government officials about these agency briefings to try to figure out why the scheme may have yielded poor results in the 2006 elections, and just how much work Henry Waxman has ahead of him.