Another Top 10 Ranking for NH Schools, Another Blow To NHDems Pushing Tax Hikes
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A new report putting New Hampshire public schools near the top of national rankings (yet again) is good news for parents, students, teachers and taxpayers. In fact, it’s good news for nearly everyone.
Except for New Hampshire Democrats.
According to data-crunchers at WalletHub, New Hampshire has the seventh-best school system in America. This analysis is hitting at the same time that Granite State Democrats, led by Senate Majority Leader (and probable 2020 gubernatorial candidate) Sen. Dan Feltes are waging a political war against Gov. Chris Sununu over his decision to veto the state budget. Democrats argue that Sununu should accept the business tax increases and 13 percent spending hike in the Democrats’ budget because the state needs their proposed $138 million in new school spending.