Saturday, May 20, 2017

Judicial Watch Tipsheet - Court Rules State Department Must Release Clinton Emails

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Judicial Watch Sues over Records on Obama E-Cig Regs --- "Judicial Watch announced  that it filed a Freedom of Information (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) seeking records from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disea" ...
Judicial Watch: Court Rules State Department Must Release Clinton Emails Detailing Obama Response to Benghazi --- " Judicial Watch today announced that U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson has ordered the U.S. Department of State to turn over to Judicial Watch “eight identical"...

Judicial Watch Releases First Set of Numbers on President Trump Travel: Air Force One Costs for Two Trips: $1,281,420 --- "The Secret Service hasn’t responded to Judicial Watch’s request for records about this or any other trip by President Trump and other administration VIPs."...

State Prosecutors Go Easy on Alien Criminals to Avert “Collateral Immigration Consequences” --- "In the last few weeks prosecutors in two major U.S. cities have ordered staff not to charge illegal immigrants with minor, non-violent crimes because it could get the offenders dep"...
New Huma Abedin Emails Reveal Additional Instances of Clinton Sending and Receiving Classified Emails Through Unsecure Server --- "Judicial Watch released 894 pages of new State Department documents, including previously unreleased email exchanges in which."...
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Glimmer of Hope --- "Conner spots some glimmers of hope that under Secretary DeVos, at least some of the federal meddling will be reversed. For one thing, she is not going to enforce a 2016 rule regarding transgender bathrooms put out by the old regime when that issue was hot. For another, DeVos has appointed (at least temporarily) attorney Candice Jackson as deputy secretary for civil rights. Jackson is a “libertarian feminist” who has worked for Judicial Watch and written a book on the way the Clinton machine went after the women who accused Bill of mistreating them. The Left knows that personnel is policy and therefore is throwing a tantrum over Jackson."...
Judicial Watch Sues Sally Yates --- "A conservative watchdog group is suing for access to Sally Yates' emails from her brief but eventful tenure as acting attorney general during the early days of the Trump administration. Judicial Watch filed the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit  in federal court in Washington Friday, seeking copies of Yates' Justice Department email traffic from January 20, 2017 through January 31, 2017—one day after she was fired by President Donald Trump for refusing to defend his travel ban executive order"...

More Classified Emails --- "Hundreds of new State Department emails released by the watchdog group Judicial Watch (JW) show additional instances of Hillary Clinton sending and receiving classified information through an unsecure server. JW released 894 pages  of new State materials, obtained through a FOIA lawsuit against the Department, including previously unreleased email conversations that show the former secretary of state being sent additional classified information via her unsecure email account from her senior aide Huma Abedin"...

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