CNHT.org received the following invitation from The Commission to Study School Funding to join them on February 22nd from 4:30 to 6:00 PM for a briefing and discussion about the Commission’s main findings and recommendations – and next steps, including efforts toward “taxpayer relief in the state.”
We are almost sure their recommendations for taxpayer ‘relief’ will include some sort of income tax.
We hope many of you will attend. See details below…
New Hampshire Taxpayer Associations,
The Commission to Study School Funding established by the NH General Court last fall submitted its final report on December 1, 2020. Some of you joined a focus group in the fall to contribute to the Commission’s thinking and recommendations. Thank you again for the discussion and input.
Please Join us on February 22nd from 4:30 to 6:00 PM for a briefing and discussion about the Commission’s main findings and recommendations – and next steps, including efforts toward tax payer relief in the state. Feel free to pass this registration link to members or leaders of tax payer association groups. Our list may be incomplete.
To join, complete a simple registration to receive the link in advance for this meeting:
You can access the Commission’s report here: https://carsey.unh.edu/school-funding
Commission Public Engagement Staff at UNH’s Carsey School of Public Policy
Carrie Portrie, PhD
Program Manager for New Hampshire Listens
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NH Listens, Carsey School of Public Policy
University of New Hampshire
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