N.H. Right to Know Study Commission seeks public input

The Right to Know Study Commission has met twice so far and is making progress on its agenda to study alternate processes to resolve right-to-know complaints.

Future meetings of the Right to Know Study Commission will be held each Thursday at 1:30 pm through the end of October in the Legislative Office Building, 33 N State St, Concord.  Directions are here.

A public comment period is included in each meeting.   Attend a future meeting and share your thoughts on this important issue.  Help us shape the future of how Right to know complaints will be resolved in New Hampshire.

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One Response to N.H. Right to Know Study Commission seeks public input

  1. CaptDMO says:

    Golly! You want public input?
    Disband “the study” and either….
    1. Put it on the ballot. or
    2. Defend “special privilege” in court.
    In the meantime…”ambiguity shall find the creator in default”

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