CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire Senate is considering a bill to delay full implementation of a school aid law to prevent communities from getting less money this year.
Under a school aid law passed two years ago, communities were to see little change in aid levels over the first two years. Some communities stand to get less money this year and a group of lawmakers wants them to get the same aid they had been getting for one more year.
The Senate Finance Committee will hold a hearing on the bill Tuesday afternoon.
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