By KIMBERLY HOUGHTON - Union Leader
NASHUA — A proposal to offer tax breaks to charter schools in the city was narrowly rejected by aldermen on Tuesday. “I don’t want us to become a magnet for charter schools, which I think are a drain to public education,” said Alderman Ben Clemons of Ward 6. Clemons alleged that charter schools siphon money from the school district for the benefit of a few.
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