CONCORD — A trio of taxpayers in Plymouth and Penacook have brought another school funding lawsuit against the state, this one challenging the varying tax burdens across New Hampshire to pay for education.

A coalition of lawyers including Andru Volinsky and John Tobin is representing the taxpayers. The two were part of the legal team that convinced the Supreme Court to rule in 1997 that the state had to increase aid to schools to reduce the over-reliance on local property taxes.

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