GACIT Hearings Written Testimony

The following letter was sent to the DOT, EC4, and Governor Sununu by postal mail as testimony for the upcoming GACIT hearings on NH’s 10-year transportation plan. Documents pertaining to the hearings are in the previous article and in the letter below. Read...

RTK-NH to Meet September 21

The next Right to Know NH meeting will be held on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 9:00 AM in Concord, NH at 8 North Main Street in the office of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers. We will discuss proposed Right-to-Know bills for the upcoming legislative...

State Transportation Plan Update Hearings September 10-October 28

If you cannot attend a meeting in your area, consider sending written testimony to the address listed below. 20 Public Hearings Are Planned Across New Hampshire For Public Input on NH’s Ten Year Transportation Plan 2021-2030 The Governor’s Advisory...

Denying New Hampshire Voter Fraud is In The News Again

Once again it is a loudmouthed official from the Federal Elections Commission – Ellen Weintraub doing damage control by deflection. I have turned over instances of easily proven voter fraud to the US Attorney in NH. They want nothing to do with it. FEC Chair Calls Out...

RTK-NH Passes New Law

Thanks to the group Right to Know, NH who drafted the bill, Governor Sununu signed HB 296 into law on July 10th. HB 296 changes the Right-to-Know Law (RSA 91-A) so that no cost shall be charged for the inspection or delivery, without copying, of governmental records,...

NKTA at Kingston Days

Newton-Kingston Taxpayers Association is just one example of a very effective taxpayer group in NH. If you are interested in starting one, please contact us @cnht.org Kingston Days 325 was awesome – thanks to all who stopped by the NKTA booth on the second...