Bernie Sanders’ access to DNC data restored

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Bernie Sanders.

WASHINGTON — Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign says its access to the Democratic National Committee’s voter database has been restored.

The DNC cut it off yesterday as punishment for improperly obtaining data compiled by rival Hillary Clinton.

The DNC says it restored access early today after theSanders campaign complied with its request for information about the incident, but will continue to investigate.

The developments come ahead of a Democratic debate tonight featuring Sanders, Clinton and Martin O’Malley.