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(This page includes tips from reporters, citizens journalists, and others identifying New Hampshire bills (introduced or passed) that resemble ALEC model legislation. CMD encourages the use of this forum and encourages further detailed research to verify all claims.)

  • HB 474 (passed both bodies 2/15/11, vetoed by Governor John Lynch) "The Franklin A. Partin Jr. Right to Work Act"[1] similar to ALEC proposed "Right to Work Act"[2][3]
  • LSR 2012-H-2059-R (proposed for 2012) "relative to the withholding of wages from union dues" (Sponsor: Susan DeLemus)[4] similar to ALEC proposed "Public Employer Payroll Reduction Policy Act"[5][6]
  • SB 129 (passed both bodies 6/8/11, vetoed by Governor John Lynch) "Voter Photo Identification Act."[7] Compare to ALEC's "Voter ID Act."[8][9]

References

  1. New Hampshire General Court, HB 474-FN – Version Adopted by Both Bodies, New Hampshire state legislation, February 15, 2011
  2. American Legislative Exchange Council, Right to Work Act, model legislation exposed by the Center for Media and Democracy, July 13, 2011
  3. Matt Murray, Union Wage Deductions laws proposed from ALEC???, New Hampshire Labor News blog, July 14, 2011
  4. New Hampshire General Court, NH Legislative LSR Listing, proposed legislative listing, June 22, 2011
  5. American Legislative Exchange Council, Public Employer Payroll Reduction Policy Act, model legislation exposed by the Center for Media and Democracy, July 13, 2011
  6. Matt Murray, Union Wage Deductions laws proposed from ALEC???, New Hampshire Labor News blog, July 14, 2011
  7. New Hampshire Legislature, SB 129, state legislation, passed June 8, 2011
  8. American Legislative Exchange Council, Voter ID Act, model legislation exposed by the Center for Media and Democracy, July 13, 2011
  9. Graham V. Smith, Chairman, Amherst NH Democrats, Voter ID legislation politically motivated, letter to the editor, Nashua Telegraph, August 19, 2011