Hillary Clinton speaks at the Atlantic Council Women's Leadership in Latin America Initiative in Washington on Monday.AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais

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The State Department has posted roughly 7,800 more pages of Hillary Clinton’s emails, guaranteeing another busy day for opposition researchers.

The latest in a string of court-ordered monthly releases means that State has met its agreement to release 66 percent of Clinton’s messages from her tenure as the nation’s top diplomat by the end of November, according to the department.

The messages released Monday afternoon are mostly from 2012 and 2013. They’re being released as a result of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by Vice News reporter Jason Leopold. The emails can be read here.

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