New Hampshire senator leads charge to strengthen state’s right-to-know law

Sen. Bob Giuda, R-Warren, introduced the legislation last month after chairing a study commission charged with simplifying the appeal process for citizens seeking records from public agencies. Currently, the only way for a citizen to appeal an agency’s right-to-know decision is through Superior Court, which involves a $400 filing fee and the prospect of thousands of dollars in legal fees. | More at Watchdog.org NH

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One Response to New Hampshire senator leads charge to strengthen state’s right-to-know law

  1. Jorda Ulery says:

    How about the other Reps who did a lot of the committee work to get this ready for the public?

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