Tennessee open records may get a little less open

Tennessee officials are contemplating a price hike for access to public records, saying they’re trying to limit the costs of serving people who abuse the state’s open records laws.

Under current law, the state cannot charge for inspection of public records, but can charge for copies – sometimes thousands of dollars.

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