“Right To Work” Initiative Gets A Face Lift
A proposed measure seeking to weaken union shops in the state has gotten a make over.
The “right to work” initiative, which would regulate whether or not employees be required to pay dues when working in an organized union shop has been refiled with newer and shorter language.
Unlike the previous proposal, which took most of it’s language from Oklahoma legislation on the same issue, the new initiative contains stricter language when defining labor unions.Here is the text from the old initiative:
And here is the new text (PDF):
Since the language has been changed, the measure will need to go to a review and comment hearing again with legislative staff members.
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