How much do public records cost?

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Many states have a fee limit for how much can be charged to provide public records to requesters.


Here is a list of fees charged by state:

West Virginia Freedom of Information Act

West Virginia law allows for the charging of fees to reimburse the department for the cost of making the records but does not specify what factors affect those fees.[1]

Wisconsin Open Records Law

Wisconsin law allows for fees to be charged to cover the cost of the duplication of public records. Waivers are allowed, only if the material requested is in the public interest.[1]

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