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We were happy to learn that Steve Forster has prevailed with regard to holding weddings on his tree farm.
CNHT and its associated organizations and working groups are keeping an eye on the government’s attack on farmers and other property owners and will keep its members updated on such cases wherever possible.
Henniker: Planning board okays weddings [...]
by Ed Naile
CNHT sent a 20-page Amicus Brief to Superior Court April 11, 2016 to inform the judge that Carl Robert Gibson was not a NH citizen and was not playing a prank when impersonating Yvonne-Dean Bailey.
The Amicus Brief showed Gibson’s past exploits involving political sabotage.
During the hearing to dismiss the case against Gibson which [...]
It’s a great day in NH! Taxpayers win again!
The NH Supreme Court just decided in favor of Donna Green’s challenge to access to public records and how they should be available to people under RSA91-A. See slip decision and Metzler’s RTW Procedure below.
State Supreme Court rules public has right to electronic government information