Posts filed under: Workers Rights

This last week was a tough one, with the House Legislature passing bad bills including HB 1266, an anti-sanctuary bill, HB 1476, undoing bail reform, and HB 1393, relating to school district budget caps. The New Hampshire Legislature also decided...
Rights & Democracy stands in solidarity with Dartmouth student workers who are seeking to unionize. We believe that to truly advocate for students’ rights and fair wages, students should be able to have a recognized union. This current effort is...
We hope you are not losing the passion to keep doing your part - your voice matters! We keep hearing from elected officials that the most effective way to influence the legislative process is to talk to your legislator. ...
With the warm weather rolling in and more vaccines rolling out,  we were thrilled to kick off this month with live in-person events for May Day. ...
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...
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