2018 End of Legislative Session Recap from AFT-NH

AFT-New Hampshire President Doug Ley has posted an end-of-session look-back at significant education and labor legislation considered by the state legislature in 2018. Of special note, Senate Bill 193, which would have authorized redirecting taxpayer dollars earmarked for funding public education as “grants” (i.e., vouchers) to private households to pay for private school tuition or

New Hampshire Labor Has Lost One Of Its Strongest Voices

Today, our New Hampshire Labor Family lost one of its strongest voices, Senator Scott McGilvray. Scott’s service to New Hampshire working families began long before he succeeded in winning his Senate Seat. Scott served as a Social Studies teacher and coach in Manchester for decades. Coach McGilvray didn’t dedicate himself to his community because it

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SO-CALLED “RIGHT-TO-WORK” DEFEATED

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release: February 16, 2017 Contact: Alan Raff, (603) 714-0258 New Hampshire AFL-CIO Reacts to House Vote on “Right to Work” Concord – Following the House vote on so-called “Right to Work” today, Glenn Brackett, President of the New Hampshire AFL-CIO made the following statement:  “Today a bi-partisan majority confirmed that ‘Right to

Senator Lou D’Allesandro Slams “Right-to-Work” Supporters For Not Listening To Concerned Citizens

Senator Lou D’Allesandro Slams “Right-to-Work” Supporters  For Not Listening To Concerned Citizens       Senator Lou D’Allesandro has always stood with New Hampshire working families. His words on the Senate floor regarding the Senate Commerce Committee’s decision to immediately vote to pass SB11-FN (so-called “Right-to-Work”) out of committee before reading or researching any of

Joint Statement of the NH Labor Leaders Following the Senate Passage of So-called “Right-to-Work” Legislation

PRESS RELEASE Contact:          Alan Raff                         araff@nhaflcio.org                         (603) 714-0258   January 19, 2017   Joint Statement of the leaders of New Hampshire AFL-CIO and its affiliates, the National Education Association of New Hampshire, the State Employees Association, the New Hampshire Carpenters, and the New Hampshire Teamsters  following the Senate passage of so-called “Right-to-Work” legislation Concord – “Today the
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