New Hampshire Supreme Court accepts tax credit case
Today is the final day of #Back2SchoolChoice Week and we have good news! Those who have followed our blog throughout the week may recall that Joshua Thompson dedicated a post to tax credit scholarship programs. He highlighted the Duncan v. New Hampshire tax credit case, in which Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief. The lower court decision contained good and bad news for school choice proponents, but the parties appealed.
Today we learned that the New Hampshire has decided to hear the case, giving that court the opportunity to uphold the program in its entirety. PLF plans to participate as amicus again and stand up for this valuable program.
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