Tag: NH AFL-CIO

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

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
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