For the most part, accessing state published law via the Internet is a cost-free experience for the user.  The one glaring exception to this rule is in Massachusetts where the Secretary of the Commonwealth charges $110 to access a database of regulations.  States do take the opportunity to try and upcharge visitors, such as in Georgia where you can pay $5 to get a copy of a Supreme Court opinion or $8 to get a copy of an opinion that’s guaranteed to be correct.    A few states were also found to charge for bulk access to their law.