Right to know zilch: Gaping hole in public knowledge

The Laconia Daily Sun reports that the four still-unidentified teachers were caught drinking alcohol on school property one evening after a school play.

Is that what really happened? The public isn’t allowed to know. When it comes to public employee conduct and the actions of elected and appointed officials overseeing that conduct, New Hampshire’s Right To Know law is the Right to Cover Up the public’s business. More…

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