SB 880
Creates new provisions relating to labor organizations
LR Number:
Last Action:
1/27/2022 - Second Read and Referred S Small Business and Industry Committee
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Effective Date:
August 28, 2022

Current Bill Summary

SB 880 - Under this act, employers are barred from requiring employees to become, remain, 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.

Any person who violates or directs another to violate this act is guilty of a Class C misdemeanor. Moreover, any person injured as a result of any violation or threatened violation of this act is entitled to injunctive relief and certain other damages.

Prosecuting attorneys, circuit attorneys, and the Attorney General are charged with investigating complaints under this act.

The provisions of this act do not apply to any agreement between an employer and a labor organization entered into before the effective date of this act but shall apply to any such agreement upon its renewal, extension, amendment, or modification in any respect after the effective date of this act.

This act is identical to SB 118 (2021), SB 760 (2020), SB 63 (2019), and the truly agreed to and finally passed SS#2/SB 19 (2017) and substantially similar to HB 2122 (2022), SB 73 (2021), HB 87 (2021), HB 505 (2021), HCS/HB 91 (2017), HB 42 (2017), HB 131 (2017), HB 265 (2017), HB 314 (2017), SB 667 (2016), SCS/HCS/HB's 116 & 569 (2015) which was vetoed by the Governor and SCS/SB 127 (2015), HB 1462 (2016), 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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