NH Legislative Update: ‘Right to work’ Bill Advancing in New Hampshire Legislature

2021-02-17T10:28:58-05:00February 17th, 2021|Labor News, Legislative News, New Hampshire News|

A Republican-led proposal that would limit unions from collecting fees from private sector workers is on the move again in the New Hampshire Legislature. On Thursday, the state Senate narrowly approved Senate Bill 61, which would update the state's labor [...]

N.H. Bill Would Impose New Insurer Requirements in Wake of COVID-19

2020-07-20T08:18:44-04:00July 20th, 2020|COVID-19 Updates, Employee Benefits Legislation, Legislative News, New Hampshire News|

The New Hampshire House of Representatives has passed H.B. 1166. If voted into law, this legislation would require the state to provide free personal protective equipment to small employers, eliminate cost-sharing for COVID-19 testing and treatment, and extend paid [...]

NH Lawmakers Seek New Fees as Gas Tax Revenue Decreases

2020-01-24T11:34:28-05:00January 24th, 2020|Fuel Industry News, General Industry News, New Hampshire News|

New Hampshire lawmakers are considering two opposing plans for bolstering state highway revenues. Lawmakers heard two bills on Tuesday that propose new systems for vehicle registration fees in the state in response to a decline in gas tax revenue [...]

A Conversation: Does the New Hampshire Road Usage Bill Punish Owners of Fuel-Efficient Cars?

2020-01-07T17:31:48-05:00January 7th, 2020|Legislative News, New Hampshire News, Roads and Infrastructure News|

We want to share with you an opinion piece about the New Hampshire Road Usage Bill (House Bill 478 and House Bill 1649) and whether or not it sends the right message to owners of fuel efficient cars. We [...]

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