N.H. Dems push to eliminate tax credits for private school scholarships
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Since 2012, New Hampshire has offered companies a deal: contribute to a fund to help low-income families pay private school tuition, and receive tax credits in return.
On Wednesday, that state program, long praised and denounced for its support of alternative education, received a blow after a House committee voted to end it entirely.
In a 10-9 partisan vote, the House Ways and Means Committee moved to recommend the passage of House Bill 632, which would phase out the tax credit program and terminate it by 2021.