Clinton E-Mail Release Plan Would Start June 30

State Dept has proposed making public 30,000 e-mails belonging to former Sec Hillary Clinton beginning at end on June and proceeding on rolling basis, instead of all at once in January, Bloomberg’s Andrew Zajac and Billy House report.

  • State Dept says it would release as many documents as possible at 60-day intervals, concluding process by Jan. 15.
  • NOTE: U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras in court order said State had until today to provide schedule for releasing e-mails
  • Release schedule must be approved by Contreras
See related story: Clinton E-Mail Releases to Begin in June Under U.S. Proposal

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