The State Department Will Start Releasing Hillary Clinton's Emails June 30
By Jason Leopold, Vice News, May 26, 2015
Government lawyers asked a federal court judge Tuesday night to approve a new plan that will allow the State Department to start releasing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails at the end of June.
The proposal was made in court papers in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit VICE News filed against the State Department last January for the former Secretary of State's emails and other documents.
The State Department's proposal calls for posting an undisclosed number of Clinton emails every 60 days, beginning June 30, on the State Department's website. Ryan James, an attorney representing VICE News in the Clinton FOIA case, said the 60-day production schedule is not frequent enough. He intends to seek rolling productions every two weeks.
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