Legislative records are suppose to be public domain. Unless - those rights are sold off to a digital imaging company who can then charge people to look at the records - and charge the government to look at those same records that they originally owned.
Seriously - what in the holy hell were they thinking?
"Gee, I bet you'd love to see the text of that law, huh? Costs you $5."
"But I'm the Senator who wrote it!"
"Yeah, sucks to be you."