New Hampshire may become the 23rd Right To Work state. Today the Senate passed the Right To Work bill (16-8)
that will soon head to Governor John Lynch for his signature. Lynch has publicly promised his Big Labor benefactors that he will ignore the overwhelming support for the Right To Work Bill that passed both houses with a veto-proof margin.
If you thought intimidation in Wisconsin was bad, start watching New Hampshire! Big Labor will fight using everything they have to promote compulsory unionism and its ability to force people against their will to pay into union coffers.
Gov. Lynch may see the tide has turned and consider signing the bill, but Big Labor cronies are already working on him. So he will likely make the weaker choice - veto the bill – and plunge New Hampshire into a Big Labor siege unlike anything Wisconsin or Ohio saw. It will take elected men and women by storm, and they will need your support to get through these tough days until they override the Big Labor veto.
Right To Work is a simple concept: “No one should be forced to pay tribute to a union in order to get or keep a job.” If you want to join a union, this bill will not stop you. It only stops unions and employers from forcing you to pay the union bosses against your will.
"With 80% of Granite State's [citizens] in favor of ending forced unionism, the Right To Work issue won't go away. Gov. Lynch and other politicians can either realize that, or they'll end up paying the price at the polls," said John Kalb, Executive Director for New England Citizens for Right to Work.(See the New England Citizens for Right to Work press release
The Right to Work bill is truly the citizens in New Hampshire regaining their freedom, and we need to support them so that others will be emboldened.