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AFSC Statement Supporting SB 77, re-establishing a NH minimum wage

Arnie Alpert's testimony to the NH Senate Commerce Committee, Feb. 7, 2013

Minimum Wage and Poverty, from Carsey Institute

Testimony of Beth Mattingly, Carsey Institute research on families and poverty, to the NH House Labor Committee, January 29, 2013.

New Hampshire Minimum Wage Resources 2013-2014

Materials supporting efforts to re-establish and raise New Hampshire's minimum wage.  See the "Action Alert" to find out how to reach your legislators and visit this national web resource to learn more.

AFSC testimony on NH minimum wage, Jan. 29, 2013

Arnie Alpert's testimony to the NH House Labor Committee in support of two bills raising the state's minimum wage.

"Time to Raise NH's Minimum Wage"

by Judy Elliott and Arnie Alpert

AFSC Calls for a Just Minimum Wage

Yager and Smith

AFSC’s Martha Yager with Rep. Margie Smith.

AFSC’s Martha Yager (right) with Rep. Margie Smith(left), who was the prime sponsor of a bill which raised New Hampshire’s minimum wage. AFSC’s New Hampshire office helped mobilize community groups to win that victory—and help win a higher federal minimum wage.

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