Hawaii's Public Records

Hawaii’s Public Records: Law’s Creators Didn’t Expect Cost To Be An Issue

·By Nathan Eagle

The Hawaii Capitol Building in Honolulu is seen here, April 17, 2013.

When public records agency finally set fees, it decided agencies needed to recover some costs.

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