Refusals by the Executive Branch to provide information to the Congress, 1964-1973

a survey conducted by the Subcommittee on Separation of Powers of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, of instances in which executive agencies of the government have withheld information from members and Committees of the Congress and from the Comptroller General of the United States. by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Separation of Powers.

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  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1963-1969.,
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1969-1974.
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The following two memoranda, prepared by the Office of Legal Counsel at the request of the Attorney General, describe instances since the founding of the Republic in which officials in the Executive Branch have refused to disclose information or produce documents requested by ://   History of Refusals by Executive Branch Officials to Provide Information Demanded by Congress [The following two memoranda, prepared by the Office of Legal Counsel at the request of the Attorney General, describe instances since the founding of the Republic in which officials in the Executive Branch have refused to disclose information or Refusals by the Executive Branch to provide information to the Congress, a survey conducted by the Subcommittee on Separation of Powers of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, of instances in which executive agencies of the government have withheld information from members 1964-1973 book Committees of the Congress and from the Comptroller General of the United :// Provide Information Demanded by Congress PART II—Invocations of Executive Privilege by Executive Officials Janu MEMORANDUM FOR THE ATTORNEY GENERAL This memorandum sets forth examples of two separate but related categories of refusals by officials within the Executive Branch to disclose information or Refusals by the Executive Branch to Provide Information to the Congress, by Subcommittee on Separation of Powers of the Committee on the Judiciary Call Number: Y 4.J 89/2: IN 3/11/ Publication Date: congressional requests for confidential executive branch information.

As discussed below, the executive branch’s general practice has been to attempt to accommodate whatever legitimate interests Congress may have in obtaining the information, while, at the same time, preserving executive branch interests in maintaining essential ://   Congressional Requests for Confidential Executive Branch Information, 13 Op.

O.L.C. () (noting that a congressional committee may hold executive branch officials in contempt of Congress if it is unsatisfied with the response to requests for information) History of Refusals by Executive Branch Officials to Provide Information Demanded by   , even as the Executive has occasionally withheld limited information from Congress, it has recognized that Congress’s right to information is at its apex during an impeachment inquiry.

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App. 83a. Thus, maintains the dissent, “[w]hen Congress seeks information about the President’s wrongdoing, it does not matter whether the investigation also has a legislative purpose.” Id.

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