RIGHT TO KNOW

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire and the Concord Monitor are suing the city of Concord to court over a secret type of technology...

The New Hampshire Department of Justice plans to appeal a Superior Court ruling that a list of roughly 250 police officers who have engaged in...

When it comes to communicating about a person’s request for public information, some public bodies would rather leave the public hanging or in the...

A bill establishing a right-to-know appeals board has government transparency advocates concerned certain provisions will make it harder, not...

A Westmoreland state rep is looking to change how the state handles a list of police officers who have committed misconduct.Paul Berch has...

The list of New Hampshire police with credibility issues has grown by 81 officers since a redacted version of it was released in June, according to...

The public does not have a right to a list of police officers with credibility issues because the list itself is unreliable, the state attorney...

Several news outlets, including the Monitor and the Valley News in West Lebanon, have joined the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire in...

Dave Lang knew the critical documents existed that would help him prove his argument, but even still, it was no small feat making them public.Lang,...

They’re not the sexiest internet finds. But lawmakers, municipal advocates and right-to-know groups all say that public meeting documents have a...

Anyone who hits a wall with their right-to-know requests has one avenue for appeal if they believe government officials aren’t properly releasing...

School officials in Pembroke once tried to muzzle David Pearl.And the cops in town, trying to keep the peace, suggested he leave a public meeting...

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