If you've been following the debate over whether former Gov. Bill Richardson had the legal right to have his e-mails and other office documents sealed at the State Archives for eight years, you'll find the bill the Rep. Nate Gentry is carrying interesting.
The measure aims to undo the apparent loophole that protects the records. He's going to talk more about it a press conference Friday.
One of the things Richardson said when asked about sealing his records was that all former governors have done that. That's not so, says former Gov. Dave Cargo.