A article from a former Fire Fighter.
Public workers aren’t ‘enemies’ or ‘thugs’ | SeacoastOnline.com: “Not in my lifetime, after a 30-plus-year career in the fire service, did I ever think that I would have my brothers, my sisters and I being labeled as ‘public enemies.’ Last I knew, … Continue reading
News from the @PFFNH
Firefighters protest pension reform forum | New Hampshire NEWS06: “Dozens of firefighters and others picketed outside the Center of New Hampshire Wednesday morning in protest of a public pension reform forum sponsored by the Business … Continue reading
More on Pension Reform from PFF of NH
Lots of discontent at state retirement system seminar in Portsmouth – Fosters: “PORTSMOUTH — Discussion on changes to the state’s retirement system produced a range of emotions Tuesday night, especially regarding increased employee contributions and the definition of ‘vested.’
Wolfeboro Republican … Continue reading
From the PFF of NH.
Workers grill Sen. Bradley on N.H. pension reform | SeacoastOnline.com: “PORTSMOUTH — A controversial bill promoting changes to the N.H. Retirement System took center stage at City Hall on Tuesday night as more than 100 people turned out to hear from the person … Continue reading
News on Right To Work from the Salem area.
Protestors speak out against ‘right-to-work’ bill » New Hampshire » EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA: “SALEM — Only about a dozen people turned out Monday at a local rally opposing the ‘right-to-work’ bill Gov. John Lynch vetoed last week. But activists … Continue reading
Voter ID gets tested at District 4 Special Election….
Photo ID confusion riles polls | New Hampshire NEWS06: “CONCORD — A bill that would require photo ID cards of all voters hasn’t even become law yet, but it raised an election dispute in New Boston on Tuesday.
The New … Continue reading
Right To Work not getting support in Maine….
Bills to curb union dues likely dead | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram: “AUGUSTA — Two bills that would affect organized labor appeared to be headed for the waste bin Tuesday, after an aggressive campaign against them over … Continue reading
Just in case you have not heard the news, Jennifer Daler wins in District 4!!!
Democrat Daler sweeps 5 towns in special District 4 election – NashuaTelegraph.com: “Voters returned former state Rep. Jennifer Daler of Temple to the House of Representatives on Tuesday, choosing the 48-year-old Democrat by 1,401 to … Continue reading
Do you live in Hillsborough District 4? Do you live in Wilton, Temple, Mont Vernon, New Boston or Lyndeborough? There will be a special election for the seat vacated by Rep Robert Mead (now Speaker’s chief of staff) on May 17th. The New Hampshire AFL-CIO has endorsed Jennifer Daler in … Continue reading
If you live in Senate District 4 be sure to go to the constituent meeting with your State Senator Jim Forsythe. He wants to hear from you. Go to the meeting, ask him questions, and tell him what you think.
Alton: Thursday, May 19th, 6:30 p.m., Alton Town Hall