North Dakota home schoolers seek tax break
BISMARCK - Families that home school their children are saving the state a lot of money and that should earn them a tax break, they said Monday.
Rep. Chris Griffin, D-Larimore, is sponsoring House Bill 1335 on behalf of constituents. It would allow home-schoolers to deduct up to $2,000 of the cost of buying curriculum materials and other school supplies.
He read testimony from constituents Debbie and Mark Korsmo, farmers who have three children and are expecting a fourth.
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