WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Archives plans to release 2,500 pages of documents Friday from former President Bill Clinton's administration covering records from two aides, the former president's farewell address and other issues.
Documents released since February have covered the Clinton administration's unsuccessful health care overhaul plan, Republicans' sweeping victories during the 1994 midterm elections and other topics.
The records set for release Friday will include papers from Clinton speechwriter Michael Waldman and domestic policy adviser Ira Magaziner and records from Clinton's farewell address to the nation. Other topics will include Native American policy and Serbia.
The records are being closely scrutinized by reporters and others as the former secretary of state and U.S. senator Hillary Rodham Clinton contemplates a second presidential campaign. About 8,000 pages of records have been released so far.
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