Recent legislative action in the House and Senate.
Recessing without voting on Right-to-Work: A roll call was taken in the House on Wednesday concerning a usually non-controversial matter, going to “third reading” of previously approved legislation, which essentially means final passage of those bills and recess for the day. The … Continue reading
Rye educators blast Senate Bill involving teacher tenure
By Jennifer Feals
May 29, 2011 – 2:00 AM
While Senate Bill 196, which extends the probationary period for teachers, is supported by administrators for simplifying the process, a pair of local educators say the bill does much … Continue reading
In this article the Gov. of Maine is saying that Right To Work is good for Maine only if New Hampshire passes it. If we kill HB 474 then we can also help our brothers and sisters in Maine.
LePage presents legislative agenda | The Kennebec Journal, Augusta, ME: “SANFORD … Continue reading
A great editorial on what New Hampshire really wants and does not want…
Did NH voters ask for social overhaul? – NashuaTelegraph.com: “The “Issues” section of the New Hampshire Republican Party Web site recalls the talking points that most GOP candidates voiced in their successful campaigns for office last November.
FYI Professional Fire Fighters on NH President Dave Lang will be on WGIR (am) at 7:45 am on Monday to discuss pension issues with host Grant Bosse.
If you are cannot get them on the AM Radio, you can download the Iheart Radio app for your Iphone or Droid. … Continue reading
My letter to the editor thanking Kathy Stroud for her work against Right To Work was published today in the Nashua Telegraph. Be sure to call and thank your State Reps who have stood up against RTW.
Lawmaker praised on right-to-work – NashuaTelegraph.com: “I would like to thank state … Continue reading
Great Op Ed by Local 7 member Bill McCullough Sr. Great job, Bill. Solid Message! (4): “New Hampshire Project Should Employ New Hampshire People
My Name is William McCullough. I am an ironworker with 32 yrs experience in my industry. I am a taxpayer in the town of … Continue reading
News on the all important State Budget.
NH committee only restores some budget cuts – Boston.com: “The Senate Finance Committee’s budget would add back $75 million in spending. The House cut $319 million in general fund spending over two years; the Senate’s proposal cuts $244 million.
Much of … Continue reading
Alabama State Capitol
Just an interesting article about how some of the GOP have turned on each other.
Alabama Lawmaker Abandons GOP Over New Law Aimed At Teachers | TPMDC: “Chalk up another Democratic win … Continue reading
A quick note on pension reform
NH negotiators return change pension reform date – Westport News: “CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — House and Senate negotiators working on changes to New Hampshire’s public pension system have agreed to change the date most reforms would affect vested workers to Jan. 1.
Negotiators met Friday … Continue reading