HB 116 Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
Sponsor: Brown
LR Number: 0562S.04T Fiscal Notes
Committee: Small Business, Insurance and Industry
Last Action: 9/16/2015 - H failed to adopt motion to override Governor's veto Journal Page: H19
Title: SCS HCS HBs 116 & 569 Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2015
House Handler: Burlison

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SCS/HCS/HB's 116 & 569 - Employers are barred from requiring employees to become or refrain from becoming a member of a labor organization or pay dues or other charges required of labor organization members as a condition of employment. Employers who do so commit a Class C misdemeanor. Prosecuting attorneys and the Attorney General are charged with investigating complaints.

This act is identical to SCS/SB 127 (2015) and HB 286 (2015) and similar to SB 76 (2013), SB 547 (2012), SB 614 (2012), SB 438 (2012), SB 109 (2011), SB 1 (2011), SB 888 (2010), and HB 877 (2005).

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