Two Groups To Help-What You Can Do To Defeat The Return Of Right-To-Work(For Less)

Last week, the NH Senate Commerce Committee amended the "Right-to-Work" Redux bill (HB1677) so that it is now the identical twin of HB474 - the so-called "Right-to-Work" legislation we fought so hard to defeat in 2011. Here are 3 things you can do to help stop the return of "Right-to-Work:" 

The full Senate is expected to vote on HB1677 and other anti-worker legislation on Wednesday, April 11. Please help us remind our state Senators that we need them to stand with working families, and stop attacking New Hampshire's middle class - join the Protect NH Families team in Concord on Wednesday, April 11, for our next Citizen Lobby Day (9:00 AM - details are provided below).

If you can't make it to the State House on Wednesday, please consider attending a Protect NH Families local organizing meeting in your area. These meetings are an opportunity to learn more about the 2012 campaign to support New Hampshire's middle class and find out how you can take action to help us defeat the Tea-Party driven political agenda to destroy worker's rights. Dates and locations of upcoming local organizing meetings are listed below – please RSVP if you are planning to attend.

If you're a Granite State business owner who supports New Hampshire's middle class, please stand up for working families by signing our 2012 Business Supporter petition (you can sign the new petition even if you signed on last year). You can sign online at, or email for more information.

In Solidarity -

The Protect NH Families Team

 Last week the Senate Commerce Committee recommended passage of "right to work" (HB 1677--identical twin of last year's "right to work" bill, HB 474.)

On Wednesday, the state Senate may vote on "right to work" and hundreds of Granite Staters are planning to be there to show their opposition to this blatant attack on working families.  Can you join us?

Here are the details:

What:  New Hampshire Senate hearing and vote on "right to work" bill, HB 1677

When: Wednesday, April 11 - hearing is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.

State House Lobby Day to Defend New Hampshire Working Families
Wednesday, April 11
4 Park St., Concord
Contact Judy Stadtman for more information at 603-479-7217 or

Hundreds of New Hampshire citizens have voiced opposition to this bill for more than a year with only a handful of people speaking in support. This attack is led by out-of-state interests such as the National Right to Work Committee and ALEC.  
Don't let the voice of New Hampshire residents be silenced!

In Solidarity,
New Hampshire AFL-CIO