Flynn Marker Sponsors Argue They Have Legal Standing

Responding to a motion from the State Attorney General for their lawsuit to be dismissed on the grounds that they lack legal standing, the organizers of the historical marker for Elizabeth Gurley Flynn responded that their standing as the marker’s “sponsors” gives them the right to challenge the marker’s removal.  

New Challenge Filed To State Education Funding System

A lawsuit filed Tuesday in Grafton County Superior Court by state residential and commercial property owners claims the state failed to meet the 1997 Supreme Court’s Claremont II decision declaring the use of local property taxes with varying rates to pay for the state’s obligation to provide its students with an adequate education is unconstitutional.