On public policy, New Hampshire should always beat Vermont, as a matter of principle. That goes double for the handling of money. The state that sends a self-proclaimed “socialist” to the U.S. Senate should never get to say it’s more responsible with a dollar. New Hampshire has bragging rights here. The Granite State is 12th […]
https://jbartlett.org/wp-content/uploads/shutterstock_1321681208-scaled.jpg17092560Andrew Clinehttp://jbartlett.org/wp-content/uploads/logo_white_v1_360x70.pngAndrew Cline2020-02-21 15:27:172020-02-21 16:54:13Will legislators add new unfunded liabilities to State Retirement System?
Last year’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Janus v. AFCSME triggered a 5.9% reduction in New Hampshire state employee union membership, state payroll data obtained by the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy show. The sudden drop reversed a years-long trend of rising union enrollment in state government. Prior to the Janus decision, New Hampshire […]
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