The impeachment of President Donald Trump is over, and congressional investigators are staying quiet about what the future of Ukraine-based probes might look like. But in Washington, D.C., federal court, the Freedom of Information Act lawsuits seeking to reveal further details about the hold on Ukrainian military aid are preparing to enter a new phase.

The more than a dozen FOIA lawsuits tied to the Ukrainian-focused impeachment proceedings resulted in swift rulings in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia late last year, including rare preliminary injunctions compelling the government to quickly hand over the records.

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