The Real Scandal In The Classified Documents Debacle Is Washington’s Overclassification Problem

The Real Scandal In The Classified Documents Debacle Is Washington’s Overclassification Problem


Washington D.C. has long had an overclassification problem.

According to Yale Law Professor Oona Hathaway, more than 50 million documents are classified every year. In fact, “we don’t know the exact number because even the government can’t keep track of it all,” Hathaway told NPR last week.

Now, laws governing classified documents in private possession have become a primary vehicle to thwart political opponents.

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More documents marked classified have now been found in former Vice President Mike Pence’s Indiana residence, his team announced to Congress on Tuesday. The revelation marks the latest episode in classified documents popping up in the apparently improper possession of individuals who’ve conducted state business at the highest levels of government.

Last week, a 13-hour FBI search

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