Tuesday brought another momentous decision from a federal judge in the Hillary Clinton email case, and it’s not even the same judge who ordered the State Department to quit stalling the release of her emails.

This time it’s U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan, who is presiding over the Judicial Watch lawsuit for records pertaining to the unusual work arrangement for top Clinton aide Huma Abedin.

Abedin was permitted to collect paychecks from both the State Department and Clinton-linked private employers under a policy meant to allow indispensable private-sector talent to work for the government without losing their jobs.

Judge Sullivan ordered that discovery can proceed on the Judicial Watch case — which means, as the Washington Post reports, that “State Department officials and top aides to Hillary Clinton should be questioned under oath about whether they intentionally thwarted federal open records laws by using or allowing the use of a private email server throughout Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.”

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