Right To Work: Why The States Are Divided And The Debate In N.H.

Mar 23, 2015

Right to Work bills, which are about the power of unions to collect dues, have been debated in New Hampshire many times before. Now, as right to work continues to gain ground around the country, we’ll review the history and the arguments around it, and how New Hampshire fits into the national picture.

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  • Barry Hirsch: W.J. Usery chair of the American workplace and professor of economics at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University.
  • Lydia DePillis: Washington Post reporter covering labor, business, and housing.
  • Bob Sanders: longtime reporter at the New Hampshire Business Review.