“Captured” documents are also called “the smoking gun” because they provide evidence that is irrefutable. They will be archived here as well as appearing in a relevant post.
CNHT can use any documents or news you glean from your town or school especially during the budget crafting time of year. We are looking for trends, inept officials that have abandoned one municipality for another unsuspecting one, AND all cynicism aside, GOOD public officials we can work with! We keep a library of material in our office to help taxpayers, the only one like it in the state. We learn from or past activities by recording what works and what doesn’t. This allows us to make positive suggestions for legislation to correct or improve existing state statutes.
Attorney General to Atkinson Police Chief
Coin Toss Document
International Baccalaureate Mission
Judicial Analysis During the Third Wave of School Finance Litigation
Lawsuit Against Grafton County
Massachusetts Ethics Commission on Steven Angelo – PDF Version
Newbury Example of Compelled Speech
Non-Existent Domiciles Used in Voter Registrations
Regional Planning Report 2010
Right to Know, and RECORD Law Section 91-A:2 (d)
“Any person shall be permitted to use recording devices, including, but not limited to, tape recorders, cameras, and videotape equipment, at such meetings.”
CNHT’S WHITE PAPERS
Informational papers written for your reference.