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Sununu Says He Supports Paid Family Leave But Does He Provide It To His Employees?

Concord, N.H. – At last night’s NH1 debate, Chris Sununu declared that he will “absolutely” support a paid family and medical leave program for all New Hampshire citizens should he be elected governor. 

It raises the question: Does Chris Sununu provide paid family and medical leave for … Continue reading

Imagine The Republican Outrage If The KGB Had Tried To Subvert The Reagan Campaign

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wikileaksPretend it’s 1984.

The cold war has yet to thaw. The Soviets want Ronald Reagan out as president.

Kremlin … Continue reading

BUSTED: Chris Sununu Caught Lying About Creating Jobs

Sununu’s new ad says he created ‘hundreds of jobs’ but NHPR reports ‘the overall number of jobs at Waterville Valley has actually decreased over the last five years’ 

Concord, N.H. – In a devastating article, NHPR reports that Chris Sununu lied when he claimed in … Continue reading

Ayotte Office Pays Women 63 Cents On The Dollar

Kelly Ayotte’s Washington Allies Caught Lying to Cover Up Her Record of Paying Women 63 Cents on the Dollar 

Concord, N.H. — Kelly Ayotte’s Washington allies attempted earlier this week to push false data to attack Governor Hassan, and a new report shows that not only were they incorrect but that … Continue reading

State Senate Candidate Joe Duarte Questioned Whether a Female Applicant for a Town Committee Could Fulfill Responsibilities Because She is a Mother

In 2007, Duarte participated in a discussion about whether a woman – who was the only candidate for a Zoning Board of Adjustments alternate position – could dedicate the necessary time because she is a mother

Concord, NH – During a Candia Selectman meeting on April 23, 2007, … Continue reading

The Conway Daily Sun Endorses The Republican In Independent Clothes For NH 1st District

Today the Conway Daily Sun endorsed Republican Independent Shawn O’Connor for Congress in the First Congressional District.

O’Connor the candidate to beat the ‘rigged’ system,” so far is only available in print, is more proof that even solid Republicans cannot stomach Guinta’s reelection effort.

“We disqualify Guinta for fudging his … Continue reading

Social Security COLA Falls Short for Seniors

social securty 1Small cost-of-living increase triggers huge Medicare Part B premium hike for many retirees

American Federation of Government Employees National President J. David Cox Sr. is calling … Continue reading

Hazardous Child Labor Is Still Legal In The U.S. And President Obama Needs To End It

Nearly 50 members of Congress ask President Obama to ban child labor in U.S. tobacco before leaving Oval Office 

Washington, DC—Nearly 50 Members of Congress asked President Obama to ban child labor in U.S. tobacco fields in a letter sent to the White House today. U.S. … Continue reading

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Business Economist And Industry Shill Now Chair Of Health Economics At UNH

The University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics just hired one of the business industry’s biggest shills in the fight against raising the minimum wage. The Donald likely would be looking for love in all the wrong places if he campaigned in some deep western Kentucky union halls.

If you’re a union member who might vote for Donald Trump…

…please consider this: Buried in this week’s document leak to the UK-based Guardian, there is a check from Donald Trump for $15,000 – made payable to Wisconsin Club for Growth – and dated April 3, 2012, the same day that Trump met with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in New York.

Shea-Porter Campaign Releases A Bold, Progressive Plan to Reform Congress

Shea-Porter's Plan Takes On Campaign Finance Reforms, The Revolving Door Of Members Becoming Lobbyists, More Transparency From Lobbyists and Members, And Eliminating Taxpayer Funded Perks

Presidential Race: Different Tax Policies Would Have HUGE Effects On Working People

Underneath all the headlines about emails and wandering hands, there are some very important policy differences between the two presidential candidates. Let’s start with tax policies.