Jeb Bradley and the American Payroll Association would have moved New Hampshire workers over to fee-laden payroll cards Concord, NH – Granite State Progress applauds the New Hampshire House – and specifically, State Representatives Andy White, Chuck Weed, Doug Ley and Michael Cahill – for standing strong to protect workers … Continue reading →
http://act.demandaction.org/signup/NoMoreNamesRSVPConcord/ Please RSVP Sean Redding: email@example.com or 847-909-7787. Mayors Against Illegal Guns to Hold “No More Names: National Drive to Reduce Gun Violence” Rally in Concord on Tuesday, June 18th State House Plaza 107 N. Main Street Concord, New Hampshire Tuesday, June 18th Rally Time: 5:00pm-7:00pm Reading Time: 9:00am-9:00pm Speakers: Judy Stadtman, Co-Founder of Project for Safer Communities [...]
Not a concept I’d thought of, but Bill Maher has got it right.
Please join NH Citizens Alliance, Granite State Progress, and NARAL Pro-Choice NH for a visibility and petition delivery on Monday morning in Concord to show your support for Medicaid expansion. Implementing Medicaid expansion in New Hampshire would cover 58,000 hardworking Granite Staters while bringing $2.5 billion in federal funds and hundreds of jobs into NH’s economy. Concord has named [...]
Suppose you lent a friend some money. Afterwards, you had medical problems, but didn’t have the money to pay your bills. Your friend offered to pay back the money you borrowed to help pay them, but you refused to take it saying, “I don’t want your money.” Your friend said that if you didn’t take [...]
This week the US Senate has started to debate immigration reform. This bill is large and very controversial. Everyone seems to agree, including me, that we need to create a real pathway to citizenship. We need to welcome immigrants to spur our economy, not to mention the additional tax revenues. Earlier … Continue reading →
http://www.obrienforcongress.com/ Kind of falls into the category of “You gotta be kidding me!”. This man must really think New Hampshire voters have short memories, or is filled with enough loonies to actually think he’d be elected.
NH Letter Carriers have been applying their athletic skills for a good cause recently. Their efforts raised both money and awareness for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. MDA is the worlds leading non-profit health organization, sponsoring research, seeking the causes and effective treatments of neuromuscular diseases. Currently MDA research grants are … Continue reading →
After the 2012 election of President Obama, the Republican Party realized that they scored very poorly with Latino voters. This could be why the GOP is pushing as hard as it can for immigration reform. Immigration reform has been a hot topic for many, many years now. It has been broken for … Continue reading →
LET THE GAMES BEGIN This past Thursday the State Senate attached SB 100: AN ACT authorizing electronic payment of payroll to HB 357: AN ACT prohibiting an employer from using credit history in employment decisions and authorizing electronic payment of payroll. HB 357 has strong support from labor, working families … Continue reading →