HOUSE LABOR COMMITTEE HEARS “RIGHT TO WORK” LEGISLATION


CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE – Tomorrow, the House Labor Committee will hear Senate Bill 61, “Right-to-Work” legislation. Ahead of the public hearing, Representative Brian Sullivan (D-Grantham) released the following statement:

“New Hampshire has a long history of beating back right to work legislation. The result of this legislation would be to suppress wages, decrease workplace safety standards, and reduce the quality of public services that we rely on, especially as our state is recovering from the economic and public health impact of the pandemic.

Time and time again, the legislature has stood with workers, families, and businesses to stop out-of-state corporate special interest groups from their assault on unions, and I am confident that there will be a strong showing against this bill at the public hearing tomorrow.”

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