But, it is only when a case is decided by the state Supreme Court that it establishes precedence across the state. Thus, we construe provisions favoring disclosure broadly, while construing exemptions narrowly. The cases are listed chronologically from the most recent at the top.
The courts interpret the Right-to-Know Law broadly, as shown by the NH Supreme Court in Lambert v. For each case, when available, there is a link to the decision or final order of the court, links to summaries about the case, the date of the final order that determines when it takes effect, and a brief list of keywords that help you find which cases pertain to a particular part of the Right-to-Know law.
Meadowbrook Camp, once a horse camp for girls, was purchased by the New Hampshire Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church for ,000 in 1962.
The leaders were so convinced New Hampshire Methodists needed their own camp site, they rounded up enough supporters to secretly pledge to purchase the site if the Annual Conference did not.
He also served as the first chairperson of the New Hampshire Conference Camp and Conference Committee. The original tents and hogans on the hill were replaced with summer cabins and yurts beginning in the late 1980s and completed in the 1990s.
Fifty-three charges sent 281 individuals to Wanakee that first summer, the largest number being junior high boys and girls (117). The Homestead Retreat, an adjacent parcel of land with a log home, was purchased in 1994.
Each year we shelter 50 people and serve over 700 domestic and sexual violence survivors.
You should be careful to study the history of the law to know how the decision applies to the current version of the law.I’ve written about the misdeeds of Andrew Wakefield, the founder of the modern antivax movement, in the past — the links in this post will give you an idea of this guy.But I’m smart enough to know that I can write until I’m blue in the face about him, and the poison antivaxxers spread will still be accepted by people.During Lent the church was challenged to give one item for each day of lent.This pro- duced 1,500 items that were then distributed to New Beginnings, Belknap House, Carey House, Salvation Army food pantry, and the Lakes Region Vineyard food pantry.There are several resources around the web that can help you understand the court cases.