State still struggling for school-funding solution
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Posted on 7/31/2020 by
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Amid a pandemic and economic recession, the next chapter of New Hampshire’s long-running school-funding saga is being written at both the State House and state Supreme Court.

More than a decade of litigation was capped by the two foundational Claremont decisions in 1993 and 1997 when the Supreme Court ruled that the state has a constitutional obligation to provide an adequate education funded by taxes “equal in valuation and uniform in rate” throughout the state.

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