On Right to Work: Sen. Ray White, “I believe in live free or die in New Hampshire”
The New Hampshire Right to Work Bill is close to becoming law and bringing with it the end of compulsory unionism in the Granite State. Senator Ray White explains his support for the Bill in New Hampshire Public Radio’s Josh Rogers article:
16-8 vote sends bill back to House, where leaders are confident thet can muster the votes to thwart promised Lynch veto.
So-called Right to Work bills are debated almost every year here, but they rarely go far. This year supporters deemphasized economic arguements and pitched it mainly as a matter of individual rights. Republican Senator Ray White is from Bedford.
“I ran as a freedom kind of guy, a liberty kind of guy. I believe in that, I believe in live free or die in New Hampshire.”