Washington Blade sues State Dept. for Grenell’s emails on LGBTQ work
The Washington Blade, the nation’s oldest LGBTQ newspaper, has filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking the emails regarding Richard Grenell's work on a global initiative to decriminalize homosexuality. Grenell, of course, was the face of LGBTQ outreach for President Trump.  The complaint was filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia against the State Department and contends that the continued delay violates the Freedom of Information Act's requirement of an expedited process when handling such requests. Chris Johnson, White House reporter for the Washington Blade, is a named plaintiff and said the lawsuit is intended to aid in efforts to learn more about the Trump administration’s initiative, which some highlighted as evidence that former President Trump supported LGBTQ people.
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