The Florida Supreme Court inched closer to toward implementing Internet access to state court records while extending its nearly three-year moratorium on such access for another year.

In an administrative order issued Monday, the justices approved a court committee’s controversial recommendation that the Florida courts should move to a statewide system of easily accessible online court records. A minority of the Committee on Privacy and Court Records had opposed that recommendation.

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