Kagan Papers at Clinton Library: Big Headache

ABC News' Ariane de Vogue reports:

Officials at National Archives (in charge of Kagan papers at the Clinton Library) are very worried about the release of documents. In large part because of email -- the amount of paper is unprecedented: 160,000.

The Roberts papers (which seemed like the mother of all dumps) was a mere 70,000.

As such, Archives is sending employees from Washington to help Little Rock.They are hoping to make the June 28th hearing deadline but are fearful they might not.

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