The conservative group Citizens United filed its second lawsuit in a little over a week Tuesday, heading to court to demand photos, videos and hotel bills of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s travels during her four years as America’s top diplomat.
The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Washington (and posted here) complains that the State Department has taken no action for months on separate requests the advocacy group filed for all official photos of Clinton, all videos State made of her and for hotel invoices and other records relating to 10 foreign trips she took as secretary from 2010 through 2012.
A State Department spokesperson declined to comment on the newly-filed suit.
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Last week, Citizens United filed suit seeking emails and other correspondence between top aides to Clinton and consulting firm Teneo, which was founded by one of President Bill Clinton’s top aides, as well as correspondence relating to the Clinton Foundation.
The conservative group was already suing State in yet another case over a failure to respond to a request for manifests of travelers on Clinton’s official trips. Earlier this month, a judge set deadlines for the agency to begin rolling disclosures of records responsive to that request, but she did not rule that any specific information must be disclosed.
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