CONCORD (AP) — The New Hampshire House gave preliminary approval to a school voucher bill on Wednesday, taking a significant step toward allowing public money to be used for private school tuition.
The bill, which is supported by Republican Gov. Chris Sununu, would provide parents with the state’s basic per-pupil grant of roughly $3,000 to be used for private school tuition or home schooling. The House voted 184-162 on Wednesday to send it on to its Finance Committee. | More At NH1