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Topic - Allyson Funk
A key House committee has officially demanded documents from the powerful senior citizens lobby AARP as part of a probe of its role in promoting President Obama's health care law, elevating the matter to an official House investigation.
"We are still reviewing the issues raised in both letters and we hope to respond soon," AARP spokeswoman Allyson Funk told The Washington Times.