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As the New Hampshire legislative session continues to move ahead, there are opportunities this week to take action for paid sick leave, collective bargaining rights, a People's Budget, and more!...
Welcome back to our weekly legislative update, from RAD NH Movement Politics Director Asma Elhuni! This week, we've got three actions you can take to urge state and federal legislators to support housing, economic and climate justice...
Every week, RAD NH Movement Politics Director Asma Elhuni is providing a legislative update to help you stay up to date on key bill hearings and how to make your voice heard. This week, wages and workers rights are a...
It has been 14 years since Congress last raised the federal minimum wage - the longest period in US history without an increase....
We are in the final days of the Senate’s budgeting process and this may be our last opportunity to influence them and fix the education funding crisis. No one plays a bigger role in drafting the budget than Senate leadership...
When we launched the New Hampshire People’s Platform on the first day of the 2019 legislative session, we pledged to work on issues that a majority of Granite Staters care about, including affordable health care, a stronger public education system,...
A recent report by the Rights & Democracy Education Fund — “New Hampshire Together: Voices from the Granite State”* — found strong, shared agreement across the state around the major issues facing our families and communities....
Republican lawmakers have requested a federal waiver to impose a harsh work requirement on recipients of Medicaid Expansion in the Granite State. Folks who want to remain on Medicaid Expansion will now be forced to work 25 hours a week (100 hours a...
Here are some quick, easy actions you can take in the next week to help move forward key issues like enacting paid family and medical insurance and stopping transgender non-discrimination. Thank you! PAID FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE INSURANCE (HB 628) On...