Back in July, a group called the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law filed a lawsuit against President Trump’s controversial “election integrity” commission. The suit argues that the commission failed to release documents to the public as required by law. Now it turns out at least two members of the commission used personal email accounts for official business, which the lawyers' group says violates the federal Presidential Records Act.
Everyone is supposed to be using a federal government email account. The statute talks about it.