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It’s great that Hillary Clinton has asked the State Department to release
her official e-mails
<http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/as-house-panel-issues-subpoenas-questions-mount-over-clinton-e-mails/2015/03/04/486cde18-c297-11e4-9ec2-b418f57a4a99_story.html>.
Still, belated disclosure isn’t going to make the story go away; it doesn’t
deal with questions about why Clinton decided to proceed in this seemingly
secretive direction despite government regulations that at the very least
required she take steps to ensure the emails were duly transferred to
official logs.

Following is a list of questions that I think are reasonable to ask Clinton
to address:

   1. Why did you make the decision to use a personal email account rather
   than government email upon becoming secretary of state?

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