Despite the chilly temperature, approximately 50 people, including more than a dozen children, arrived early to participate in a demonstration prior to the hearing. Although the court staff brought in additional seating, the room could not accommodate everyone who arrived in support of the scholarship program.
Once the hearing began, the attorneys were riddled with questions from the justices. Many of the questions centered on charitable donations to religious

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April 16th, 2014

Parents to N.H. Supreme Court: We Know Best, Let Us Choose Our Kids' Schools
With hundreds of kids' futures hanging in the balance, N.H. Supreme Court considers innovative low-income school choice program

Concord, N.H.—Today, the New Hampshire Supreme Court will hold a hearing to determine whether the state’s Tax Credit Scholarship Program is constitutional. The program enables low-income families to apply to private