ACLU-NH: NH Supreme Court rules people involuntarily detained for mental health crises must be afforded due process
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Two-thirds of N.H. students go to a school without comprehensive protections for trans students
From Gilles Bissonnette, legal director at the ACLU of New Hampshire: “We are pleased that the Court rejected the Department of Justice’s argument that the Laurie List was exempt from disclosure either as a ‘personnel’ document or under RSA 105:13-b. However, we and the communiti
CONCORD, N.H. – The ACLU of New Hampshire sent a letter yesterday evening to New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald asking that his office reject the New Hampshire Republican State Committee’s request to prohibit remote learners from voting.