Right-to-Know law expanded: greater visibility into violations by public officials

Governor Sununu signed HB460 into law on June 28th.

This bill states that meeting minutes must now include any objections made to any discussions during a meeting if a member of the public body believes that the discussion is in violation of the Right-to-Know law.  The objection recorded in the meeting minutes must include the name of the person objecting to the discussion and a description of the violation.  | More…

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