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    Posted on May 6th, 2016 by

    The Supreme Court of New Hampshire recently held in Green v. School Administrative Unit #55 & a., Case No. 2015-0274 (April 19, 2016), that a plaintiff was entitled to documents in electronic format.  Plaintiff, a member of a school board, requested budget documents.  In response, the school board chair requested that Plaintiff file a motion for the …

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