Shots fired: GOP activists target Kelly Ayotte with proposed changes to nominating process

Image: McConnell Center / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0  Republican activists, angered that Sen. Kelly Ayotte opposed Rep. Bill O’Brien’s successful bid for House Speaker, are retaliating with a plan to change the way New Hampshire candidates for the U.S. Senate are nominated. Rep. George Lambert (R-Litchfield) is leading the effort that he says is the “first […]

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This Weeks Open Communications Positions From UnionJobs.com

NOVEMBER 21, 2014 WEEKLY SUMMARY OF COMMUNICATIONS POSITIONS POSTED AT UNIONJOBS.COM AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations) Communications Coordinator, Communications Department (MW Region)  Michigan Organizing Field Communications Assistant, Organizing Department  District of Columbia Development Manager, Digital Strategies Department  District of Columbia Strategic Campaigns Coordinator, Organizing Department  District of Columbia Safety and […]

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NH DOL Works To End Illegal Misclassification Of Workers

US Labor Department signs agreement with New Hampshire Department of Labor to reduce misclassification of employees Officials from the U.S. Department of Labor and the New Hampshire Department of Labor has signed a memorandum of understanding with the goal of protecting the rights of employees by preventing their misclassification as something other than employees, such […]

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November 23, 1903

Determined to the crush the Western Federation of Miners union, Colorado Governor James Peabody sends the state militia to Cripple Creek to provide protection for scabs during a strike by mine and smelter workers. Soldiers rounded up union members and their sympathizers, imprisoned them without any charges, and deported the majority of the union’s leaders. […]

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Strong Support For The Capitol Corridor Rail Project

Study confirms the overwhelming economic benefits of bringing passenger rail to state  Thursday night members of the Nashua area met to hear the results of the long awaits “Capitol Corridor” study to bring rail service to Nashua and all of Southern New Hampshire. The results of the study were exactly as many proponents of the rail expansion have […]

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Senator Shaheen Meets With Officials At Sarah Long Bridge On Replacement Project

At Sarah Long Bridge in Portsmouth, Shaheen discusses efforts to repair and replace aging New Hampshire infrastructure  (Portsmouth) – On November 21st, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) met with state officials at the New Hampshire Port Authority to tour the Sarah Long Bridge replacement project site and discuss New Hampshire infrastructure. While with officials from […]

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Kuster Volunteers at Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter

Kuster strongly supports federal efforts to strengthen hunger relief programs  Nashua, NH – On Friday, November 21, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) visited the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter to volunteer, tour the agency’s new facility, and learn about the organization’s work to ensure that every Nashua resident has a warm place to find food and shelter […]

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