A week after lawmakers abolished the Redress of Grievances Committee, a former House member has revived it as a private business dedicated to reigning in unfair judges and government officials.
Kevin Avard, a Nashua Republican who served on the redress committee before losing his re-election bid last year, created the Center for Redress of Grievances in late November. He is holding his first organizational meeting today at the library in Hooksett from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
According to registration papers filed with the secretary of state’s office, the center will investigate wrongdoing by government officials and try to rectify it with legislation or publicity. Avard has two talk shows on a Nashua cable access station and plans to pitch stories about government misdeeds to other media outlets.