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Judicial Watch has filed a law a lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) to obtain access to tapes containing 79 recorded conversations between former President Bill Clinton and historian Taylor Branch. Branch did not keep the tapes, which he gave to Clinton at the end of each conversation. But Branch dictated his own recollection of the conversations, which was the basis for his 2009 book, The Clinton Tapes. The conservative watchdog group says the tapes are official presidential records subject to the Presidential Records Act, however, NARA maintains the tapes are not official presidential records but rather personal papers of Clinton.
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