Statewide Property Tax Still Part of N.H. School Funding Plan

McKaig, Ryan
January 2001
Bond Buyer;01/23/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31062, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the plans of Governor Jeanne Shaheen to include property tax to the public school funding plan in New Hampshire. Account of the court ruling on statewide property tax; Announcement of the school funding plan of Shaheen; Appointment of a commission to study the school funding crisis; Concern of Shaheen over the state's bond ratings.


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