From NPR:

As NPR’s Carrie Johnson reports for our Newscast unit,

The judge gave Judicial Watch until Oct. 14 to submit written questions to Clinton and ordered her to respond within 30 days. As the Associated Press reports, that timetable could push Clinton’s answers beyond the November election.

In a statement, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton suggested that his group would accelerate the timetable as he expressed satisfaction with Sullivan’s order: “We will move quickly to get these answers. The decision is a reminder that Hilary Clinton is not above the law.”

Last month the Department of Justice decided not to prosecute Clinton in connection with using the private server.

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