SAU 55 has the distinction of being well known to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. David Taylor, a Right to Know advocate, pursued a Right to Know case against SAU 55 on his own and right up to the Supreme Court over the SAU’s demand for a thumb drive in order to turn over electronic documents. The court ruled that SAU 55 does comply with the Right to Know law in demanding a thumb drive as the sole means of transmitting electronic documents. | More…
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