by Ben Geman
The Hill

Two conservative groups are suing the Environmental Protection Agency to compel disclosure of instant-message chats involving former Administrator Lisa Jackson, Gina McCarthy, the senior regulator nominated by President Obama to lead the EPA, and others.

The new lawsuit, filed by the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the American Tradition Institute, alleges that the EPA has failed to comply with January Freedom of Information Act requests seeking messages to and from several top officials.

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