Exemptions are limited in their nature and scope because the Public Records Law is primarily a disclosure law. Jordan v. MVD, 308 Or. 433, 781 P.2d 1203 (1989). Oregon courts construe exemptions narrowly and presume they do not apply. ORS 192.490(1); Coos County v. Department of Fish & Wildlife, 86 Or. App. 168, 739 P2d 47 (1987). The “narrow construction” rule means that, if there is a plausible construction of a statute favoring disclosure of public records, that is the construction that prevails. Colby v. Gunson, 224 Or. App. 666, 199 P.3d 350, (2008).