The New Fight Over Net Neutrality
Yesterday, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced plans to repeal 2015’s Open Internet rules more commonly known as Net Neutrality.
Net neutrality is the principle that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) should provide equal access to all applications, content, platforms, and websites. The Federal Communications Commission adopted rules to provide a level … Continue reading
Even Trump Voters Oppose Eliminating Prevailing Wage Laws
National Poll: Most Voters Support Prevailing Wage
on Public Infrastructure Projects
A new national survey shows that strong majorities of Democrats and Republicans each oppose the elimination of prevailing wage laws, which establish local-market minimum wages for different skilled crafts on government funded construction … Continue reading
150 People A Day Die On The Job: AFL-CIO Releases Blistering New Report
(Washington, D.C.) In 2015, 150 workers died from … Continue reading
Yesterday Was Big Day In Concord For The Future Of Education In NH
Senate Stops Edelblut’s Power Grab, House Kills Voucher Bill And Funds Full Day Kindergarten
Governor Sununu’s Education Commissioner Edelblut requested broad new authority to make unilateral decisions impacting the future of education in New Hampshire
Concord, NH – The NH State Senate Education Committee voted 3-2 … Continue reading
Senator Hassan Highlights Cuts To EPA At NH Based ReVision Energy
At ReVision Energy, Senator Hassan Highlights Harmful Impact of President Trump’s Proposed Budget Cuts on New Hampshire’s Renewable Energy Industry
BRENTWOOD – Today, building on her efforts to create a more innovative and affordable clean energy future for New Hampshire’s people and businesses, Senator Maggie Hassan visited ReVision … Continue reading
SB 3 Is Only About One Thing: Voter Suppression
Voter intimidation leads voter suppression and that leads to people losing their voice in our democracy.
The New Hampshire House is now considering a bill, SB 3, that was forced through the Senate, straight down party lines, would make it harder for people to vote.
For years the Republican … Continue reading
Kevin Cavanaugh Officially Files for Senate To Replace The Late Senator McGilvray
Community leader files for special election, surrounded by supporters
UNH Spends Almost $200K To Block Union Organizing Efforts
University reports close to $200,000.00 in payments to law firm to prevent employees from exercising legal right to organize.
CONCORD, April 12, 2017 – The University of New Hampshire has finally provided a partial response to Representative Cushing’s Right to Know request. Earlier this year, Rep. Cushing sent … Continue reading
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.
People’s Climate Rally Planned For Concord April 29th
Saturday, April 29, marks the first 100 days of the Trump presidency, and climate activists will challenge reversals to climate protections on federal and state levels. Volunteers from across New Hampshire and neighboring states will gather on Saturday morning in front of the State House in Concord on April 29 at 9 a.m. until 12p.m.
Building Bridges Within The Democratic Party
The Democratic party is working to build strong bridges between those members who followed the DNC during the 2016 elections and those members who bucked the DNC by supporting Senator Bernie Sanders.