Can open records laws be used to access all of the e-mails sent by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state?
A new court ruling this week suggests: probably not.
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a conservative organization, could not use the Freedom of Information Act to gain access to the private email of a government official. The judge reasoned that the act can be used only to get email that is held by a government agency. Continue>>>