Daily Archives: January 10, 2018

Goffstown School Board to return $9.1m surplus to town

GOFFSTOWN — Millions of dollars wrongly kept on the school district’s books won’t be used to help fund any proposed warrant articles, school board members decided. | Keep Reading at New Hampshire.com

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NH Senate puts proposed CDFA tax credit increase on hold

The NH Senate has sent to study a proposal to increase the limit on contributions through the Community Development Finance Authority to $6 million. | Keep Reading at NHBR

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Family Profile: Millennial Family Supports ESAs

This one comes from a Millennial parent who values choice. As a current homeschooling family, they will not benefit from the Education Savings Account bill, yet she believes it is critical for NH children and our state’s future. The following … Continue reading

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NH House Speaker on 2018 Legislative Priorities

Speaker Gene Chandler issued the following statement following Gov. Sununu’s press conference this morning during which he outlined his initiatives for the upcoming legislative session. | Keep Reading at NHHouse GOP.com

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Hey, NH! Want A State Income Tax?

A great many residents of New Hampshire would tell you that their absolute favorite thing about living in the ‘Live Free or Die’ state is the absence of a state income tax. New Hampshire is one of only seven States … Continue reading

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NH House votes to boost RGGI fund for residential programs

The NH House not only rejected an attempt to gut New Hampshire’s participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, lawmakers actually voted to more than triple the amount of RGGI money going to residential energy-efficiency programs, with a special emphasis … Continue reading

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2018 Bills Re: Homeschoolers

There are a handful of bills that impact homeschoolers this year. We are tracking some of them, but want the community to be aware of the others. Front and center is House Bill 1263, a bill that would reinstate the annual … Continue reading

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Mandatory diversity course not effective, prof discovers

After assessing the bias of students before and after the course—using prompts such as “a woman should worry less about their rights and more about becoming good wives and mothers” and “if blacks would only try harder they could be … Continue reading

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