Minimum Wage

“Just out of curiosity, what IS your response to that?” A Proper Role of Government?

This is similar to former state senator David Pierce’s reasoning when he stated that gun control laws can’t be unconstitutional, because we already have them. Never, ever forget that this is the level of intellect, and indoctrination, that you’re dealing with. Hmm, I’ve been challenged by the guy, whose ideas continue to make my head …

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Facebook Doodlings – Where do they get these ideas on Minimum Wage?

Yup, in our effort to better get the message out on how various locality’s Democrat NH State Reps are voting, here’s one about Nashua’s concerning the the Minimum Wage. It’s a topic that’s near and dear to my heart (and limited government philosophy) so when I saw it on Facebook in that “by invitation only” …

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NH House Democrats Vote to Punish Low and Unskilled Workers

In the free market need, experience, employee availability, number of “qualified” potential applicants, and the job itself (among other factors) define what an hour of labor in any given occupation is worth. Employees and employers are free to negotiate that. But the Democrat lead NH House knows better.

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Morse, Bradley support strong economy over job killing legislation

Press Release The New Hampshire Senate REPUBLICAN OFFICE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 21, 2019 Morse, Bradley support strong economy over job killing legislation Concord, NH – Today, the New Hampshire Senate passed SB 10, establishing a state minimum wage. Senate Republican Leader Chuck Morse (R-Salem) and Senator Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro) issued the following statements: “It …

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So Kids, What Did We Learn From This Week’s NH House Session (3/14)?

We learned that the Democrats (the majority party) are fine with expanding dental coverage for Medicaid recipients (HB692-FN) while our State’s veterans, both able body and disabled, go without such coverage. We learned that the Majority party is only interested in studying assisted suicide instead of enlarging the scope to include palliative and hospice alternatives …

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House Democrats Vote for Fewer Jobs in New Hampshire

The laboratories of the States (and some cities) have proven time and again that politicians are a threat to the job market. Mandatory minimum wages never create more jobs. They result in higher unemployment, fewer hours, higher prices, and less opportunity. Local Democrats have decided they want that for New Hampshire.

Five facts about the minimum wage

By the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy The odds that legislators will vote to raise New Hampshire’s minimum wage this year are significantly better than the odds that sitting through next year’s Super Bowl halftime show will be more entertaining than going to the kitchen for more nachos. Why? Ideas like this, as expressed …

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