Since the fight over Right To Work (for less) started again in January of 2011, unions and workers have had many community allies. One of the most important allies we have in our combined effort to stop so-called Right to Work is a diverse and growing group of faith leaders. These individuals from a variety of faith communities have been at the State House holding prayer vigils in opposition to RTW every time it has been brought up. They have testified repeatedly about the damage RTW and related anti-worker laws will do to workers and to our community fabric, and they have prayed for Speaker Bill O’Brien and misguided legislators who are trying to take NH backwards. They have never been shy about their opposition to the anti-worker, anti-union onslaught currently occurring at the NH State House.
Along with Rev Kinney is: Rev. Dr. Frank Irvine of Concord, Rev. John Gregory-Davis of Meriden, and Barbara French, a lay church leader from Henniker.