SB60 - Exempts certain employees from union membership, prohibits payroll deductions for, and the requirement of, service fees
SB 0060 Exempts certain employees from union membership, prohibits payroll deductions for, and the requirement of, service fees
Sponsor:Russell
LR Number:0274S.01I Fiscal Note:0274-01
Committee:Small Business, Insurance & Industrial Relations
Last Action:01/22/03 - SCS Voted Do Pass S Small Business, Insurance and Journal page:
Industrial Relations Committee (0274S.03C)
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Effective Date:August 28, 2003
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Current Bill Summary

SCS/SB 60 - This act provides that department and division directors may exempt themselves, supervisors, human resource managers, professional employees, security guards, probationary employees, and others from union membership. It also prohibits payroll deductions for labor organization service fees and further provides that no state employee shall be required to pay any type of fee to a labor organization, nor will be required to join a union in order to be employed.

This act is similar to SCS/SBs 641 & 705 (2002).
RICHARD MOORE