NSCW 2015 — Cato Institute video with PLF amicus clients
In the battle over New Hampshire’s tax credit law, PLF represented the New Hampshire legislators who drafted, sponsored, and fought for the bill. After the law was adopted — over the Governor’s veto — a lawsuit was brought by the teachers’ union challenging the constitutionality of the bill. Last August, the New Hampshire Supreme Court dismissed the lawsuit. In the terrific video below, the Cato Institute shows how New Hampshire families have been thriving with the new choices offered to them through the education tax credit program. I’d like reiterate my thanks to legislators Jim Forsythe, Greg Hill, Andy Sanborn, and Fenton Groen — who all make appearances in the video — for their hard work and dedication to get this law passed.
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