From Kyle Hopkins in Anchorage
Andree McLeod just stopped by the Legislative offices, after the hearing this morning on her lawsuit against Gov. Sarah Palin and the state.
Looks like McLeod won at least parts of what she’s asking for – to force the governor to retrieve or preserve any e-mails she’s written on private accounts that deal with government business.
She carried a copy of the order signed by Superior Court Judge Craig Stowers.
“Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and the office of the governor of Alaska … are ordered to preserve all e-mails (including attachments thereto) sent between December 4, 2006, and the resolution of this litigation…”
But the judge didn’t approve another of McLeod’s requests, which would have forced Palin to stop using private accounts to talk about state business.