The Public Regulation Commission will redo its policy dealing with public e-mails after one that requires employees to forward all public e-mails for retention wasn't working.
I came upon the story after asking for the e-mails of Mo Chavez, who recently resigned from his post as the state insurance superintendent. A response to the records request I filed turned up only e-mails sent to his account after he left the job. But it wasn't just Chavez who hadn't sent the e-mails on for retention. No one was forwarding e-mails to a specific address as the policy requires.