Right to Know Laws Under Attack

Cited by CNHT as the ‘sharpest tool in the box’, New Hampshire’s Right to Know Laws, under RSA 91-A, are being attacked. “Even as two changes to state law designed to improve New Hampshire residents’ access to government records are just...

Richmond Eagle for October 2012 Ongoing

For interested Monadnock-area residents, there is a new print publication called the Richmond Eagle. Here is their October 2012 issue. Here is their December 2012...

Right to Know Laws

For those of you having difficulty obtaining voter lists and information pertaining to the November 6th elections, hear this. Some significant improvements to New Hampshire’s Right to Know Law were accomplished in 2012. On January 1st, 2013 HB 1223 will take...

Dems Seek to Erode Gains Made by GOP Legislature

It didn’t take long for the Dems to start the attempt to erode bills that were passed during the 2010-2012 session and signed into law by a Democratic Governor. There is a bill to impose an INCOME TAX for the state of NH, by Delmar Burridge (D). There are...

Do I Have This Letter Worded Correctly?

Do I Have This Letter Worded Correctly? (Humor) by Ed Naile, Chairman Dear non-resident, domiciled, NH property taxpayer: Due to a recent decision by Superior Court Judge John Lewis you are provided a unique opportunity to save property tax dollars at the local level...

Black’s Law Dictionary and Domicile

Black’s Law Dictionary and Domicile by Ed Naile, Chair In the New Hampshire Constitution the word ‘domicile’ is used to establish voting rights. Just the word domicile is used, no other description is needed. Domicile is a word that in law means,...