From Tampa Bay Times:
TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott said he was championing transparency in May when he gave the public access to his emails by posting them online for anyone to see.But what he failed to say at his May 3 news conference launching “Project Sunburst” was that the emails he made public were not the emails in his official state account. The emails the public actually read online were from a different account used almost exclusively by conservative supporters.[…]“It was always my understanding that all of the governor’s email accounts were going to be listed,” said Barbara Petersen, president of the First Amendment Foundation. “I find it very odd and misleading that we’re only getting the (positive) stuff.”
First Amendment Foundation is a member of NFOIC. — eds.