Advocates speak out for support for higher wages, workers rights ahead of Labor Day

New Hampshire continues to lag behind other New England states and fell two spots in an annual ranking of best states to work, advocates for higher wages and worker protection said Thursday.

Gathered outside the State House ahead of Labor Day, the Campaign for a Family Friendly Economy addressed the state’s minimum wage, labor shortages and desired policies to support workers…

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