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Colorado Lowers the Cost of Copying Public Records

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· Story link It just got a whole lot cheaper to get copies of public records in Colorado. Gov. Bill…

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It just got a whole lot cheaper to get copies of public records in Colorado. Gov. Bill Ritter signed a bill that drops the cost of copying from $1.25, the highest in the country, to 25 cents a page. The bill’s sponsor, Sen. Andy McElhany, estimated that the collective savings would be between $100,000 and $150,000 a year. (4/23/07)