NEPBA Probation and Parole members issue caution on Parole bill.

By Ethan DeWitt – Concord Monitor Staff

A rift over changes to New Hampshire’s parole system may be nearing a compromise after the state parole board and parole officers union agreed to collaborate on a bill affecting parole violators.

House Bill 143 – which would allow the parole board to reduce “setback” sentences for parole violators who seek drug and alcohol treatment – was presented by the board as a means to assist those with substance abuse. Currently, most people who violate ...

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Who do we blame for under-funded public pensions?

Dear active and retired public employees,

I wanted to share with you an article that was written by Baily Childers of the National Public Pension Coalition out of Washington DC.  Baily is working with the New Hampshire Retirement Security Coalition in protecting our retirement system from Legislative attacks.  She has a wealth of knowledge and came to NH last week to meet with us and attend the Decentennial Commission hearing at the State House.

http://thehill.com/opinion/finance/357934-blame-amazon-for-americas-underfunded-public-pensions

Make sure you are following @nh_retirement on ...

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NEPBA spending time with key supporter, Representative Tim Whelan 1st Barnstable District

Kristen Hart, President of NEPBA Weymouth Local 107 joined MA Legislative Director Paul Larkham at a reception for Representative Tim Whelan in Boston Monday night.

Representative Whelan has been a staunch supporter of the NEPBA, Public Safety, and Public Service employees since arriving on Beacon Hill after a career with the Mass State Police.

One of NEPBA’s 2016 “Legislator of the Year recipients, Tim holds membership on the House Ways and Means Committee, and the Joint Committee on Public Service, both of ...

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