NH bills to curb education accounts, expand meals expected to fail

The House of New Hampshire returns Wednesday for a two-day vote on the bills. Since members of the latter gathered in early January to pass the Remnant Act, hundreds of bills have passed through committees.

Here are some of the voices to watch out for from House Education.

Accounts for Education Freedom

The House of Representatives is likely to vote against paired bills led by Democrats aimed at curbing a new “Freedom of Education Account” program that allows New Hampshire families to use public education dollars for private and household spending. Democrats, who strongly opposed the program on the grounds that it would cost and divert money from the Education Trust Fund, introduced a 1684 House of Representatives bill that limited the total amount a state can send to the Freedom of Education account to $ 3.3 million. second year.

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