Research and Retrieval Fees for Public Records Requests

Bill Text: HB14-1193

Date Introduced: January 30, 2014

Sponsors: 2

Status: Signed into law

The bill puts a cap on the amount of money a government agency can charge a member of the public for research and retrieval of public records to $30 an hour, including at least the first hour free. Records custodians are also required to publish their fees before charging them.

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