Lawmaker Turned Away From Searching State Computer System

(Springfield, IL) -- A Republican lawmaker was hoping to get his hands on the unreleased emails related to Governor Quinn's anti-violence program, but he walked away empty handed. State Rep David Reis tells the "Chicago Sun Times" that he went to Central Management Services yesterday and asked if he could search the state's computer servers to gain access to the emails. Agency officials told him that wasn't an option because it would violate both state and federal law. Quinn's team has already turned over two-thousand emails related to the program but Republicans say he's still keeping thousands under wraps.