Attorneys for Rush Limbaugh want the Palm Beach, Fla., state attorney’s office to be held in contempt, alleging that the office violated a court order by leaking information about the radio commentator’s medical records to the Daily Business Review.

The motion, filed Oct. 7 by Miami attorney Roy Black, who represents the conservative talk show host, also asks the court to determine the source of the alleged leak and to return Limbaugh’s medical records “to ensure that the state does not leak them to the press again.”

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