What do you think? If it costs 100 million, is it worth it?
COLUMBUS -- Legislation designed to keep state employees from using state databases to snoop on people may come with a hefty price tag: More than $100 million.
That's how much one expert estimated it would take to comply with record-keeping requirements sparked by the Joe the Plumber scandal.
Daren Arnold, interim chief privacy officer for the state Department of Administrative Services, stunned lawmakers Tuesday with his testimony before the House State Government and Elections Committee.