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Editorial: Paying for time
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While Editor Martin L. Cahn tackles the open government issue of executive sessions in his column today, we’ll take space here to address another concern based on the freedom of information: paying for copies of public records. Wednesday, Governing magazine reported Tennessee may become the next state to start charging a time-related fee when it comes to fulfilling public record requests. That’s on top of fees already charged for producing copies of records themselves.