I previously posted about Senate Bill 8 here. The bill was a response to the Department of Education’s and the Attorney General’s jihad against the Town of Croydon’s policy of using tax revenues to send some of its public school students to private schools in other school districts.
While well-intentioned, as I explained here, Croydon’s policy was not authorized under State law and a legislative fix was needed.
Senate Bill 8 was intended to be that legislative fix. However, the State’s attorney general and certain RINOs in the New Hampshire House amended Senate Bill 8 to expressly discriminate against religious schools. Continue reading