In The News
Union Leader: Worker hours to be cut over Obamacare?
The Washington Post: The looming shortfall in public pension costs
Union Leader: $1.8m in energy settlement, will lower NH PSNH bills
First, on Sunday we were pleased to provide much-needed relief at the pump for some NH drivers by offering gas for $1.84/gallon at Klemm’s Mobile in Manchester. The price of $1.84/gallon was the price of gas when President Obama took office. People waited in line for hours on Sunday. This clearly demonstrates how much this Administration’s energy policies are hurting NH drivers every time they fill up their tank.
You can read more about the event using these links:
Nashua Patch: Worth Driving to Manchester for $1.84 a Gallon Gas?
Secondly, don’t forget to come by our Manchester office to pick up some of our doorhangers detailing Carol Shea-Porter and Ann McLane Kuster’s anti-prosperity positions.
The office is located at 530 Chestnut Street.
We also have slots available statewide for paid volunteers to engage in our door-to-door efforts. Contact Matt by emailing Matt Ciepielowski or calling 504-228-2272 for more details.
Third, the AFP Obama’s Failing Agenda Bus Tour will be returning to NH on October 29 and October 30 and making stops in Londonderry, Bedford, Manchester, Meredith, Salisbury and Hollis.
Speakers will include state and local candidates for office as well as David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United.
Please GO HERE for more information.
Fourth, NH voters have an opportunity on November 6 to amend the constitution and ban an income tax in our state. Please use THIS LINK to read my op-ed in support of the income tax ban.
Fifth, as you may have seen, NH was listed among the nine states with “sinking pensions” according to data released by Milliman, Inc. and the Pew Center on the States. The report notes that between 2005 and 2010 NH was unable to meet the recommended levels of contributions twice.
You can read more about it HERE.
As you may know, the House Special Committee on Defined Contribution Retirement Plans for Public Employees has been meeting the last several months. You can read more about their work in Garry Rayno’s latest column.
Finally, with the election approaching and another legislative session not far behind, there is a lot of news to keep up with. Please use the links at the left to review some headlines you may have missed.
Corey R. Lewandowski
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