Public Documents Are Usually Secret For A Reason

by Ed Naile Last Friday, February 9, 2018 I stopped by State Archives on Fruit St. in Concord to check out a name or two of the over 6,500 out-of-state voters from our 2016 NH General Election. That would be the one a US Senator lost by 1,017 votes. I was there during...

RTK-NH to Meet February 17

Right to Know NH will meet on Saturday, February 17, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. in Concord, NH at 8 North Main Street in the office of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers. We will discuss the Right to Know Law (RSA 91-A) bills submitted for the 2018 legislative session...

HB 1786, 1788, 1789 Testimony

David Taylor of RTKNH, provided the testimony to the House Judiciary Committee in support of HB 1786, 1788, and 1789. (See bill descriptions at the link) These bills intend to help keep the cost down and availability up of public records. Read...

RTK-NH Gives Testimony in Favor of SB 555

David Saad, a member of RTK-NH, appeared at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing and testified in support of SB 555 which is a bill that would establish an ombudsman for RTK disputes. Read...

HB 1579 Would Provide More Transparency

HB 1579 requires records to be kept for certain exempt convenings under the right-to-know law. David Taylor, a member of RTK-NH, provided the testimony to the House Judiciary Committee in support of HB 1579. “The total secrecy of consultation with legal counsel...

Eliminating Right to Know Fees for Digital Info (SB 395)

SB 395 provides for delivery of records per RSA 91-A over the internet at no cost. David Saad of Right to Know NH testified in favor: “When I file a right to know request with SAU 48, they are responsive. I send them an email asking for electronic records. They...