In an effort to stop Sacramento from deleting hundreds of emails, watchdog group Eye on Sacramento has sued the city and requested a temporary restraining order preventing city staffers from deleting any correspondence. The court required the city to preserve 15 million emails but has allowed the city to delete more than 65 million other emails.
In an effort to stop Sacramento from deleting hundreds of emails, watchdog group Eye on Sacramento has sued the city and requested a temporary restraining order preventing city staffers from deleting any correspondence. The court required the city to preserve 15 million emails but has allowed the city to delete more than 65 million other emails. Jose Luis Villegas Sacramento
In an effort to stop Sacramento from deleting hundreds of emails, watchdog group Eye on Sacramento has sued the city and requested a temporary restraining order preventing city staffers from deleting any correspondence. The court required the city to preserve 15 million emails but has allowed the city to delete more than 65 million other emails. Jose Luis Villegas Sacramento

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