Arkansas bar to decide on potential discipline against Hillary Clinton
Former Secretary of StateHillary Clintonescaped criminal charges last year, but her legal troubles may not be over — the Arkansas state bar has promised a decision by next month on disciplinary action.
And the State Department continues to probeMrs. Clinton’s mishandling of classified information, with an eye toward deciding whether she and several top aides should maintain their access to classified information at the State Department.
“The department’s investigation is ongoing,” State officials said in a letter to Sen. Chuck Grassley, which the Iowa Republican released earlier this month.
The department saidMrs. Clintonstill has access to documents created or reviewed during her time in office. Meanwhile, some seven aides have access to limited classified information, the department confirmed.
It said their access is also under review.
Mrs. Clintonsent and received thousands of emails with material now deemed classified, including some top-secret, from an account she maintained on a server she kept at her home in New York. The FBI declined to push charges against her, with then-Director James B. Comey saying she was too inept with technology to put national security at risk knowingly.