17:48E-58 Documents considered public records; exceptions.
10. All applications, reports, plans and other documents to be filed or submitted under section 3 and section 19 shall be public records, except for the following documents, which shall be confidential and not public records:
a. documents deemed confidential by statute or regulation; and
b. the business plan, the financial projections and any other information the commissioner and Attorney General jointly determine could result in harm to the health service corporation, harm to the converted insurer or parent corporation, or harm to the public interest, if disclosed.
The commissioner and Attorney General shall provide the public with prompt and reasonable access to public records relating to the proposed conversion of the health service corporation. The commissioner and Attorney General shall make the public records received pursuant to this act available for inspection at no cost to the publiC. These public records shall be made available to the public at least 30 days prior to any public hearing to be held pursuant to this act.
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