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A federal judge in Louisiana ruled Tuesday that White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and Dr. Anthony Fauci will have to turn over any emails they sent to social media companies about misinformation or the censorship of social media content.

The ruling is part of a lawsuit filed in May by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, accusing the Biden administration of working with social media companies to suppress free speech, particularly surrounding COVID-19 and elections For the past four months, the attorneys general and the White House have been arguing over which documents need to be produced in the lawsuit. Judge Terry Doughty, who was appointed by former President Donald Trump, ruled that the Biden administration will have to turn over Jean-Pierre and Fauci’s relevant emails in 21 days, over objections from the Department of Justice, which argued that turning over the documents would show internal communications.

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