NH legislative websites gets an A grade, Mass. earns a solid F
CONCORD, N.H. An analysis by a nonpartisan nonprofit that focuses on making government transparent and accountable is giving the Legislatures in New Hampshire and Connecticut an 'A' grade for how they make legislative information available.
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