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Decision Number Date Petitioner Respondent
1980-047 12/11/80 AFSCME, Local 1801 Town of Derry
1980-046 12/11/80 Littleton Teachers' Association/NEA Littleton School District
1980-045 11/20/80 State of NH, NH Hospital Public Practice Professional Association
1980-044 01/20/80 Governor Wentworth Education Association/NEA Governor Wentworth Regional School Board
1980-043 01/20/80 Winnisquam Regional School Board Winnisquam Teachers' Association/NEA-NH
1980-042 11/20/80 AFSCME, Local 1801 Town of Salem
1980-041 10/30/80 Lin-Wood Education Association/NEA Lin-Wood School Board
1980-040 10/30/80 Fall Mountain Teachers Association/NEA Fall Mountain Regional School Board
1980-039 10/30/80 Hanover Education Association/NEA & Orford Teachers Association/NEA Hanover/Dresden Board of School Directors & Orford Board of School Directors
1980-038 10/30/80 Seabrook Law Enforcement Association Town of Seabrook
1980-037 09/25/80 Anne Marie Levesque Riverside Rest Home
1980-036 10/02/80 Manchester Professional Employees Association City of Manchester
1980-035 09/11/80 AFSCME, Council 68 Town of Merrimack
1980-034 08/26/80 Lin-Wood Education Assistants/NEA Lin-Wood School Board
1980-033 08/21/80 Pembroke Federation of Teachers, AFT Pembroke School District
1980-032 10/02/80 Mascoma Valley Regional School Board N/A
1980-031 07/31/80 Public Practice Professional Association State of New Hampshire, NH Hospital
1980-030 07/25/80 AFSCME, Local 534 City of Laconia
1980-029 07/25/80 SEIU, Local 1984 University System of New Hampshire
1980-028 07/31/80 International Union of Police Officers Association Town of Conway
1980-027 07/25/80 AFSCME, Local 1580 City of Concord
1980-026 07/24/80 International Union of Police Officers Association Town of Jaffrey
1980-025 07/03/80 AFSCME, Local 1444 City of Berlin
1980-024 07/03/80 IAFF, Local 1045 City of Concord
1980-023 06/10/80 SEIU, Local 1984 New Hampshire State Prison
1980-022 05/12/80 AFSCME UNH
1980-021 05/08/80 AFSCME Town of Pelham Police Department
1980-020 04/29/80 Barrington Education Association/NEA-NH Barrington School Board
1980-019 04/25/80 New England Health Care Employees United Public Servants Union, Local 7 a&nd Riverside Rest Home
1980-018 04/25/80 Atkinson Police Association Town of Atkinson
1980-017 04/25/80 AFSCME, Local 2715 Hillsborough County Commissioners
1980-016 Not Used
1980-015 04/10/80 AFSCME, Local 298 City of Manchester Water Works
1980-014 04/10/80 AFSCME, Local 1801 Londonderry School District
1980-013 030/4/80 Dover Professional Fire Officers Association City of Dover
1980-012 02/21/80 AFSCME, Council 68 Town of Merrimack
1980-011 02/13/80 SEIU, Local 1984 State of New Hampshire
1980-010 02/13/80 Exeter Education Association/NEA-NH Exeter School Board
1980-009 02/22/80 AFSCME SAU #18
1980-008 01/28/80 United Public Servants Union, Local 7 Strafford County Commissioners
1980-007 01/28/80 Keene State College Operating Staff N/A
1980-006 01/24/80 SAU #32, Mascoma Valley Regional School District N/A
1980-005 01/17/80 Salem Education Association/NEA-NH Salem School District
1980-004 01/17/80 Dover City Employees, AFSCME, Local 572 Dover School District
1980-003 01/17/80 Dover Professional Fire Officers Association City of Dover
1980-002 01/17/80 Barrington Education Association/NEA-NH Barrington School Board
1980-001 01/17/80 Colebrook Education Association/NEA-NH Colebrook School Board
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