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Big Changes to whitehouse.gov

ProPublica notes that there were big changes to the White House web site this week:

They say that the administration updated more than two dozen web pages including some sweeping edits and complete rewrites to “The Agenda” area of the site, now renamed as “Issues.” One of the specific changes they report is that the Iraq page was deleted and replaced with a single paragraph on the foreign policy page. You can see a side by side comparison of this using the ChangeTracker tool.

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