A nonpartisan office of Senate attorneys found that Senate officials cannot legally release documents requested by Vice President Joe Biden over an allegation of sexual harassment.

The Office of Senate Legal Counsel, which offers legal guidance to senators and their staff, and represents lawmakers in litigation, made the determination to the Secretary of the Senate Julie Adams after Biden asked for Senate officials to search for and release the 1993 complaint filed by former staffer Tara Reade.

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