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Maggie Hassan on Jobs

 

 


Restore and improve the state's minimum wage

The Governor will keep fighting to restore and improve the state's minimum wage: expanding opportunity and helping our economy by putting more money in the pockets of hard-working Granite Staters of all ages.

Governor Hassan signed into law the New Hampshire Paycheck Fairness Act to ensure women receive equal pay for an equal day's work.

Source: Vote-USA.org on 2014 New Hampshire Gubernatorial incumbents , Oct 30, 2014

Keep collective bargaining; oppose right-to-work laws

Maggie understands that workers are the backbone of our economy. In the Senate, she recognized the needs of our working families, by increasing the minimum wage, supporting collective bargaining rights, and creating programs like New Hampshire Working to keep workers and businesses going during tough economic times.

Maggie opposes any effort to repeal collective bargaining and so-called right to work legislation.

Source: N.H. Governor 2012 campaign website, maggiehassan.com , Nov 6, 2012

Bring one well-regulated, high-end casino to NH

Maggie supports bringing one well-regulated, high-end casino to the Granite State because it could help our state create jobs, capture revenue that would otherwise be spent in other states, and help New Hampshire fund education and other essential state services. She believes that New Hampshire can develop a casino plan that will protect our brand as a family friendly state with a great outdoor economy.

Given that Massachusetts is planning to build several casinos, Maggie believes that New Hampshire should move forward with its own plan to maintain revenue. In order to ensure that New Hampshire taxpayers get the best deal possible, Maggie Hassan believes that any gaming license should only be awarded through a competitive bidding process.

Source: N.H. Governor 2012 campaign website, maggiehassan.com , Nov 6, 2012

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