With state representatives attending, union members from the community Thursday praised unions while speaking out against a proposed Right-to-Work bill during a meeting at the Derry Public Library.
About 60 union representatives attended the meeting in a room in the library. The workers told how unions have helped them in their jobs and wanted to let state representatives know how they felt about the bill.
Derry’s state representatives had been invited to the meeting in a Jan. 11 letter from the New Hampshire AFL-CIO President Glenn Brackett to discuss proposed legislation such as Right-to-Know. Continue reading