Janus v. AFSCME

Extend worker freedom to all of New Hampshire

by Op-Ed July 27, 2018

AFTER THE landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision on worker freedom, Janus v. AFSCME, New Hampshire now has the opportunity to become the first state in the Northeast to pass right-to-work legislation and expand freedom for thousands of workers. The court found that because collective bargaining with the government affects public policy issues like pension liabilities, […]

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The answer is an emphatic NO!

by Skip December 5, 2017

Union dues: Should state be collection agent? That was the question asked by a UL editorial and one that I have been saying no to for quite some time.  After all, why should taxpayer monies be used for this – it isn’t for the common good, right?  It is for a special interest group as that […]

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