What Is Tom Corbett Keeping Secret?

Looks like we’ll find out soon. AP reports that a state appeals court has ruled that Gov. Corbett must turn over unredacted emails and calendar entries to the public, under the auspices of the state’s Right-To-Know Law.

The wire service says: “The AP sought records covering an 18-day period shortly after Mr. Corbett took office in 2011. The governor’s office provided some records but blacked out 17 emails and 28 calendar entries, including the subject of scheduled meetings on grounds that the information could suggest the nature of private internal deliberations that are exempt from disclosure under the law.”

The court said the governor’s office needed to provide more specifics about what was redacted in order to qualify for the exemption. Corbett’s office did not immediately respond to the ruling.