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Statement by Laura Hainey, President, AFT-NH 5/3/11

Statement by Laura Hainey, President, American Federation of Teachers-NH–On City Budget and Union Contract–May 3, 2011

“Bow, NH— “These polling numbers reaffirm what our members know-that New Hampshire values the voice of middle class working families and their right to have a voice in the workplace. New Hampshire citizens know … Continue reading

Renewing the Historic Partnership Between Labor and the Catholic Church in an Anti-worker Era

Remarks by John J. Sweeney, President Emeritus of the AFL-CIO, Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies, Rerum Novarum: On Capital and Labor, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
May 02, 2011

“Renewing the Historic Partnership Between Labor
and the Catholic Church in an Anti-worker Era

Thank … Continue reading

Right to Work (for less) destructive for N.H…..

Another letter to the editor on Right To Work from the Seacoast online….

“The Republican-controlled New Hampshire Legislature says it wants to bring more businesses and greater prosperity to New Hampshire by enacting a Right-to-Work (for less) law. They should first examine the conditions in the 22 Right-to-Work (for less) … Continue reading

Veto will be fitting result for anti-union legislation….

This is an article from the opinion section of the seacoast online…..

“We’re encouraged to see that while the misleadingly named Right-to-Work bill passed the New Hampshire House, it fell short of the two-thirds majority needed to override a promised veto by Gov. John Lynch.

House Bill 474 would … Continue reading

Article from the Nashua Telegraph on SB 3

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

NH Right to Work Bill: Freedom of Choice or Chipping Away at Union Rights?

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

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