Proposed by three Democratic Socialist Representatives, House Bill 107 would triple the minimum wage that could legally be paid in New Hampshire. State Representatives Sofikitis, Frost, and Schmidt believe that it should be illegal for a person to work for less than $22.50 per hour, even if that is the Read more…
This bill creates a ‘family medical leave insurance’ program. The problem? It’s funded by a payroll/income tax.
New Hampshire Governor, Chris Sununu (R) has vetoed SB10, which was passed by the Democratic-controlled legislature. The bill would have increased the state’s minimum wage from $7.25 to $12 over the next 3 years.
A bill to increase the minimum wage for hourly, tipped, and youth workers has passed the Democratic New Hampshire House and has moved to the Senate, which is also controlled by the Democrats. All eight sponsors of the bill are Democrats. Republican Governor, Chris Sununu may veto the bill should it pass the Senate.