“Just a song before I go…A lesson to be learned…Traveling twice the speed of sound…It’s easy to get burned” (Crosby, Stills, Nash)

2 thoughts on ““Just a song before I go…A lesson to be learned…Traveling twice the speed of sound…It’s easy to get burned” (Crosby, Stills, Nash)”

  1. Thank-you for shining some light on this alleged violation of the right to know law (RSA 91-A)

    I would recommend that all officials and citizens review the free training document available from Right to Know NH on RSA 91-A. The document can be found on our blog at RightToKnowNH.wordpress.com

    About RTKNH:

    Several years ago, a number of citizens who had encountered right to know violations in their communities joined together to form Right to Know New Hampshire.
    Established in 2013, Right to Know NH (RTKNH) is a nonpartisan citizen coalition working to improve access to New Hampshire state, county, and local governments. We advocate to strengthen New Hampshire state laws, particularly the Right-to-Know law known as RSA 91-A, as well as Right-to-Know governmental policies. We serve as a resource on Right to Know in our state with the goal of making government more open and transparent. We educate citizens on their Right to Know and aid them in exercising their rights under the law. We educate public officials on improving their adherence to the law and delivering greater government transparency to their constituents.

    David Saad
    President – Right to Know NH
    RightToKnowNH.wordpress.com
    RightToKnowNH@gmail.com

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