Alana Goodman, a former AIM intern, with the news on the judge’s decision:
A federal judge told the Department of State on Tuesday to release correspondence between a top aide to Hillary Clinton and Clinton Foundation officials on a rolling basis over the next two weeks.
Citizens United, a film production group, has been suing the State Department to turn over official emails between Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff, and individuals associated with the Clinton Foundation.
An attorney for the State Department said officials have found 326 documents potentially related to the public records request, during a hearing at the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday. The State Department said it would turn them over to Citizens United in two batches, beginning next Friday and ending on Oct. 20.