More press on the New Hampshire retirement pension reform…..
“CONCORD – The effort to make public employees work longer and contribute more to their pensions reached the horse-trading stage Wednesday as the House of Representatives and state Senate clung to their reforms.
By nearly a two-thirds, veto-proof margin, the House … Continue reading
An article fro the public news service on Right To Work in New Hampshire
“CONCORD, N.H. – The New Hampshire House passed a measure Wednesday that prevents employers and workers from passing along a share of the cost of collective bargaining to non-union workers. Those “agency fee” costs typically involve … Continue reading
More press clips from the Right To Work bill…
The House sent a bill making New Hampshire a right-to-work” state to Gov. John Lynch.
If it becomes law, nonunion workers will no longer be forced to pay union fees to cover collective bargaining costs. But Lynch has said he … Continue reading
An article by Norma Love on the passage of Right To Work in New Hampshire.
“The Republican-controlled House approved legislation Wednesday that would make New Hampshire the 23rd state to bar unions from requiring non-members to pay a share of bargaining and administrative costs.”
Read the Full article
New clip from the Union Leader on SB 3
“CONCORD — The House and Senate are headed into negotiations to iron out their differences on public pension reforms.
The Senate refused on Wednesday to accept significant changes the House made to its reform plan in Senate Bill 3. … Continue reading
An iteresting article on how unions are focusing more on state and local elections instead of national elections.
“WASHINGTON — Feeling under siege in more than a dozen states, some of the nation’s largest labor groups are focusing their political activity to challenge state laws that sharply curb union … Continue reading
More information about the passage of HB 474 the Right To Work bill.
“CONCORD — The House approved Senate changes to the right-to-work bill Wednesday, sending the bill to Gov. John Lynch for a promised veto.
By a vote of 225-140, the House approved minor Senate changes to the … Continue reading
This is a good article about how residents of New Hampshire feel about collective bargaining.
The Strafford Teachers Association is hosting a meeting with Senator Forsythe on Wednesday May 4, 2011 at the Stratford School at 6 P.M. Please alert your members about this meeting. The Stratford Teachers would really like to turn out a large and supportive crowd on the issues
Tuesday May 3, 2011 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Representative David Robbins Talk Back on HB 474 The next Voter Talk-Back Session will focus on HB 474, “The Right to Work Act.” This bill has been the source of contention, confusion and misinformation for several months. On April 20 the Senate … Continue reading