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Sunday
Jul122015

Watchdog.org - Union boss thinks America is not working for most Americans  

Tuesday
Mar102015

Bipartisan Nashua Legislators to join Nashua Labor Coalition, Granite State Organizing Project community forum 

NASHUA, NH – The Nashua Labor Coalition, a group of union members who live and work in the Nashua area, and the Granite State Organizing Project, a community base advocacy group with a focus on social change, have teamed up to host an open forum for State Legislators.  Community members will pose questions to State Representatives about where they stand on key issues effecting the Nashua community and the entire state. 

 

Legislators who have confirmed their attendance:

 

Carl Seidel - R - Hillsborough 28

Suzanne Harvey - D Hillsborough 29

David Cote - D - Hillsborough 31

David Murotake - R - Hillsborough 32

Kenneth Gidge - D - Hillsborough 33

C. Lee Guerette - D - Hillsborough 33

Martin Jack - D - Hillsborough 36

 

Key topics will include:

  • ·      Right To Work legislation
  • ·      Pension and Workers Compensation reform
  • ·      Raising the New Hampshire Minimum Wage
  • ·      Limiting interest on Title Loans
  • ·      No excuse absentee balloting

 

Who: Local union members, Nashua area residents, and State Legislators


When
: Tuesday March 10th, at 7:00pm


Where
: Nashua Community College

505 Amherst Street

Room 150

Thursday
Mar052015

Townhall - Don't Let Unions Get Your Phone Number & Email Address 

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Protect Your Privacy!

Starting April 14, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will require businesses to surrender lists of employees’ phone numbers and personal email addresses to union organizers. Giving away employees’ personal contact information violates basic privacy rights and will inevitably lead to workers being targeted for harassment at the hands of union bosses.

Congress is getting ready to vote on a Congressional Review Act resolution that will tell the NLRB to stop using government power to benefit union bosses.

Tell Washington that you want to protect your privacy by sending a virtual “Do Not Disturb” letter. Click here and send a letter to Congress. Your support is critical to protect workers’ privacy rights.

Unlike the government's proposal, this letter is voluntary!

Send a Letter to Congress

 

Tuesday
Dec302014

CEI Today: Democrats v gov't unions, green groups "beyond coal," CEI's Battered Business Bureau, and more 

Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014
In the News Today

 

DEMOCRATS vs GOVERNMENT UNIONS - IVAN OSORIO

If late House Speaker Tip O’Neill’s famous saying that all politics is local has a corollary, it may be that politics is at its most substantive at the local level. While the people’s elected representatives in Congress—many from safe districts—trade ideological barbs, state and local elected officials often have to deal in the language of dollars and cents, as they weigh policy decisions that directly affect their constituents.


That in turn creates different conflicts than those found on Capitol Hill. And nowhere is that more visible than in the growing conflict between state and local Democratic elected officials trying to put their governments’ finances in order. > View more

> Interview Ivan Osorio
 

GREEN GROUPS "BEYOND COAL" - WILLIAM YEATMAN

Green Groups Demonstrate Their Unreasonableness with Response to EPA’s Coal Ash Rule


Two Fridays ago, EPA promulgated a final regulation, pursuant to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”), that establishes first ever federal limits on the disposal of “coal combustion residuals” (i.e., byproducts of burning coal for power). Coal combustion residuals also are known as “coal ash.”


Environmentalists aren’t happy with the rule, having deemed it too lenient. Their true motive is to make coal power cost prohibitive, and thereby move America “beyond coal.” > Read more

> Interview William Yeatman
 

CEI's Battered Business Bureau:
The Week in Regulation

The federal government took Thursday and Friday off to celebrate the holidays. Despite the rare three-day work week, agencies still published 25 proposed regulations, more than 40 final regulations, and an average of more than 500 Federal Register pages per day.
 

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Sunday
Dec142014

Watchdog - UAW boss: Right-to-work doesn’t hurt unions