The William J. Clinton Presidential Library has released thousands of pages of documents produced by Elena Kagan while she was serving at the White House:
Elena Kagan served in two positions during the Clinton Administration. She was Associate White House Counsel from 1995 – 1996 and Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy and Deputy Director of the Domestic Policy Council (DPC) from 1997-1999. The Clinton Presidential records being opened today are from Kagan’s time with the Domestic Policy Council and contains files created and received by Kagan. The files include records concerning domestic policy topics such as AIDS, budget appropriations, campaign finance reform, education, health, labor, race, tobacco, and welfare. The records include memoranda, correspondence, articles, and reports.
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