Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press: Obtaining government officials’ business emails should be easier

This spring, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton came under fire when the State Department disclosed her exclusive use of a personal email server during her time as Secretary of State.

This raised major transparency concerns because she used a private account and her email correspondence was not available for production when the State Department received Freedom of Information Act requests. The State Department is now in the process of reviewing and producing the roughly 55,000 pages of email Clinton and her staff determined should be turned over to it – and those may even be incomplete.  Continue>>>