N.H. Code Admin. R. Psyc 207.03 - Limitations on Public Participation

(a) The person presiding at a public comment hearing shall refuse to recognize, or revoke the recognition of any person who:
(1) Speaks or acts in an abusive or disruptive manner to those in attendance;
(2) Fails to keep comments relevant to the subject matter of the hearing; or
(3) Needlessly restates information already provided to the board in a manner which results in the waste of time, or a likelihood that others who wish to speak will be denied an opportunity to present information to the board.
(b) The person presiding at a public comment hearing shall limit oral presentations on behalf of an organization or entity to no more than 3 persons, provided that:
(1) All those representing such organization or entity may enter their names and addresses into the record as supporting the position of the organization or entity; and
(2) All those representing such organization or entity shall be entitled to file written or electronic comments of any length with the board within 9 days of the close of the hearing.

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N.H. Code Admin. R. Psyc 207.03
Derived From Volume XXXVI Number 49, Filed December 8, 2016, Proposed by 12035-A, Effective 11/4/2016.

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