Published by Dick Eastman: Requesting Public Records? Depending on the State, That Could Cost Money

This will be an issue for genealogists. Tennessee may become the latest state to start charging a fee for the time it takes to fulfill a public records request, a practice that’s emerging in some states and one that opponents say simply aims to discourage requests. This fall, the Tennessee Office of Open Record Counsel…

http://blog.eogn.com/2015/08/19/requesting-public-records-depending-on-the-state-that-could-cost-money/