Panel seeks ‘express lane’ for Right-to-Know complaints

CONCORD — A commission created by the state Legislature to strengthen New Hampshire’s Right-to-Know law got off to a late start, but its chairman is confident the group will be able to come up with recommendations to create what one member called “an express lane for citizens to get satisfaction.”

The state Legislature recently passed and Gov. Chris Sununu signed into law HB 178, creating a commission to study new ways to resolve Right-to-Know law complaints outside of an expensive and time-consuming lawsuit. *| More…

|Union Leader

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  1. Pingback: Right To Know - when Government turns on the Citizens that own it - GraniteGrok — GraniteGrok

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