Right to Work: A Bad Deal for Small Business

The state legislature soon will consider House Bill 821, a measure to make New Hampshire a "right to work" state. If passed, New Hampshire will join low-wage states like Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi that have similar laws.

Pushed primarily by large out-of-state corporations -- not New Hampshire small businesses -- HB 821 will lower wages, cut benefits, weaken local economies and force our citizens to leave the state to find better paying jobs elsewhere.

Don't be fooled: we have much to lose if "right to work" passes. That's why small businesses all across the state are lining up in opposition.

Learn how "right to work" will hurt small businesses and join us in our campaign to defeat HB 821.


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