State Department officials must produce records of agency officials’ communications with the Clinton Foundation from Hillary Clinton’s time in office by September, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
The battle to obtain correspondence between three of Clinton’s top staffers and officials at her family’s foundation, as well as communications with a controversial consulting firm, has raged in federal court since a conservative group filed suit against the State Department on March 16.
Citizens United, a right-leaning activist nonprofit, sued the agency after it ignored a series of Freedom of Information Act requests for the records of Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills and Kris Balderston, all longtime Clinton insiders and key aides at Clinton’s State Department.
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