September 23, 2014
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September 21, 2014
New Hampshire Right to Work? Not So Fast
On Feb. 13, 2013, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted downthe latest right-to-work bill and thwarted yet another attempt to join the latest RTW states (Indiana and Michigan). This is the third time that this type of legislation had been defeated in the previous three years (prior two attempts were vetoed by the former Governor) in New Hampshire. It appears that the RTW in that state is losing momentum.
Elsewhere, as previously covered earlier this week on this blog, the RTW law in Michigan is under legal attack.
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