Attorney Claims EPA Chief Resigned Over Alias Email Accounts

A Washington attorney has claimed that EPA Chief Lisa Jackon's resignation today was driven in part by the investigation into her use of an alias email account at the EPA. Jackson used the email alias "Richard Windsor" at the EPA, a move she said was precipitated by too much email volume at her own account but which critics claim kept conversations private and complicated oversight of the EPA. Some House Republicans last week acknowledged to Jackson the need for a second email address for some communications purposes, but noted that her "choice to use a false identify remains baffling."

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