Frank Edelblut is a full-throated proponent of school choice, which would mean taking money and jobs away from public schools and sending them to charter and private schools. Simply put – it’s outsourcing! He is totally unqualified for the job of leading the NH’s public school system, as he has never worked in
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
PRESS RELEASE Contact: Alan Raff email@example.com (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
Brothers & Sisters, Last week hundreds of you came to our side and helped us amplify the voice of all New Hampshire working families as we told our Legislators that we will not stand for fraudulently-labeled “Right-to-Work” laws in the Granite State. Despite heartfelt testimony and statistical evidence presented by many who gave attended,
The Economic Policy Institute has published a New Hampshire update that discredits claims that so-called “Right to Work” will benefit the state’s economy, based on comparing the results of passing fraudulently-labeled “Right To Work” in Indiana in 2012. The analysis shows that New Hampshire’s economy is stronger, unemployment is lower and the rate of job
What New Hampshire Working Families Should Know About So-Called “Right to Work” So-called “Right to Work” isn’t what it seems. It is a confusing, complicated and controversial proposal that is wrong for workers and their families. Proponents of “Right to Work”say that it will expand workplace freedom. “Right to Work” is political overreach at its worst.
Brothers & Sisters, As we begin the process of swearing in the winners of November’s election, I know that many of us feel discouraged and tired. Members across New England dedicated thousands of hours of their time to advocate for the election of leaders that would stand up for New Hampshire working
Today is “Giving Tuesday” and your chance to help your fellow union members and their families, while teaching students about the importance of the Labor Movement. There is no better way to give this Tuesday. You know that Sister Horan would! Contributions to the NH AFL-CIO Linda Horan Scholarship Fund are tax deductible and checks
Brothers & Sisters, Many of us are just about to leave our place of work. And if you had to be at work before your polling location opened, THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO VOTE! We are in the final hours of our 1+ Year of campaigning for leaders that will support America’s working families.
Millions of working men and women are getting to the polls as we speak. This is the day we have worked so hard for. All of our work talking to members, holding signs and having conversations about the future of American working families comes down to today. If you haven’t voted yet make sure to