POLL: Should Right-to-Work be Debated Again?
More bills, another Statehouse rally. Where do you stand on right-to-work?
Later today at the Statehouse in Concord, state employees, firefighters, police, public school teachers, and others, will be rallying against another right-to-work bill being proposed in the New Hampshire House.
The House Labor Committee will take up HB 1677, which opponents call a "nearly identical to last year's right to work for less bill" that was vetoed by Gov. John Lynch, a veto which was later sustained. Proponents say that spending on state and public employees must be controlled in order to preserve "the New Hampshire Advantage."
What do you think? Should right-to-work continue to be debated or is it time to move on? Vote in our online poll and leave a note in the comment section.
For those of you who are interested, the hearings will be streaming online and Patch will have more news about it later today.