Fireworks mark the opening of the Clinton LIbrary in 2004. Library documents are becoming a campaign issue.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - Sen. Hillary Clinton's rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination are accusing her of delaying the release of records from her husband's administration, something the front-runner and President Clinton have denied.
"We have just gone through one of the most secretive administrations in our history. And not releasing, I think, these records at the same time, Hillary, that you're making the claim that this is the basis for your experience, I think, is a problem," Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, charged during a presidential debate Tuesday.
But Clinton, who represents New York, said the release of the records are not up to her or former President Clinton but the archivists at the National Archives.
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