AFPNH - Legislation to Watch in Concord


today the House passed HB 1677 which will give employees the choice on whether or not to join a labor union. This bill, known as Right to Work, will attract employers to our state while increasing the freedom of association of NH workers.

We are also monitoring several pieces of legislation being considered in Concord including:

HB 1487 prohibiting the state from participating in any Low Carbon Fuel Standards program

HB 1490 which would end NH’s participation in RGGI

We will continue to track these bills and let you know their status as they move through the legislative process.


Second, remember to purchase your tickets for our second annual Conservative of the Year banquet which will be held Friday, April 20 at 6PM at the Grappone Center. We will honor U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte as our 2012 “Conservative of the Year” and expect to be joined by several other VIPs who want to show their support for Senator Ayotte as well. More details to come… 

In the meantime, I encourage you to purchase tickets by visiting

Tickets are $75/per person or $750/per table of 10.

Third, as you may know, last week Governor Lynch signed HB 648 into law. This is the final step in an important victory for private property owners in New Hampshire. Thank you again to all of you who contacted your legislators in support of HB 648!

Finally, I have several upcoming speaking opportunities to announce.  I will be at the Wakefield, Effingham, Brookfield GOP Meeting on March 20, the Strafford County GOP Meeting on March 24 and the Merrimack City GOP Meeting on March 26. I would be happy to speak at your meeting as well. Please contact Joy to set something up.


Corey R. Lewandowski
State Director
Americans for Prosperity New Hampshire

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