E-mail request exposes problem. However, the Mississippi Press says the result of the Clarion-Ledger’s request for 4 days of Gov. Barbour’s e-mail “yielded a not-so-surprising result.”
E-mail records from governors has the overall tally so far.
Not living in Mississippi, I don’t know why the newspaper isn’t surprised that Haley Barbour’s office didn’t behave in a more reasonable manner in response to this request. Things must be tough as far as government sunshine in the state goes if a newspaper isn’t surprised at the truly outre nature of the response the Clarion-Ledger got from Barbour.