It’s barely been a week since a federal lawsuit by David Bossie’s Citizens United strong-armed the State Department into turning over records on Hillary Clinton’s official travels, but the group is already champing at the bit for more.
After suing once to force State to provide passenger manifests for the former secretary’s flights and a second time on March 16 to obtain Hillary’s correspondence with Clinton Foundation donors, the conservative advocacy group filed a third Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the department on Tuesday.
It’s all part of a multi-pronged offensive against the secretive cabinet department, a campaign that’s itself a dry run for Citizens United’s real battle with the upcoming Clinton presidential candidacy in 2016.
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