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The emails from which CPI has been redacted are still available in web based form, but you can no longer dowload them in bulk for easy analysis. Doubtlessly the email archives have been copied elsewhere, so be cautious about utilizing the data if you come across it. If you're a Democrat this eDiscovery screw-up by Governor Bush is good ammunition to use against Republicans who rant on and on about Hillary's damn emails.