Cornerstone Calls for NH to Adopt Right to Work Legislation

Press Release from Cornerstone on Right to Work Legislation


CONCORD— On Wednesday, January 30, HB 323 will come before the House Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services Committee for a hearing.  This bill which was introduced by Rep. Bill O’Brien would prohibit collective bargaining agreements that require employees to join a labor union.

“Cornerstone supports this Right to Work legislation knowing that it would allow for choice and freedom for New Hampshire workers while also promoting economic prosperity for New Hampshire families,” said Pratte.

If Right to Work legislation were adopted in New Hampshire, the Granite State would become attractive to new employers and would bring jobs as a result.  There is no doubt that HB 323 would help to boost our state’s economy through new employment opportunities for New Hampshire citizens.


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Rick February 01, 2013 at 01:41 AM
All these anti-labor laws are from ALEC, financed by the Koch Brothers. All of us, including "News Flash" will be working for the minimum wage once the Koch's take over the econmy.....
Atlant February 01, 2013 at 06:34 PM
And the "minimum wage" may not survive -- please remember that Republicans routinely vote against increases in it and would probably vote it out of existence if they could.
JGONH February 02, 2013 at 03:23 AM
I went to school so I wouldn't have to have a low paying union job.
JGONH February 02, 2013 at 03:26 AM
Go back to school and get a better job. I remember when I was young my parents warned me that if I didn't do well in school, I'd live the rest of my life as a laborer.
JGONH February 02, 2013 at 03:28 AM
No we want you to get educated and become an engineer, doctor, businessman, etc. We hate the fact that you blame us for your lack of marketable skills.


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