Mississippi Legislature
2001 Regular Session

House Bill 1394

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Background

Title

Description: Union workers; create certain rights concerning use of union dues.

Bill Text: [Introduced]

History of Actions:

1 01/15 (H) Referred To Labor
2 01/30 (H) Died In Committee

Background Information:

Effective dateJuly 1, 2001
DispositionDead
DeadlineGeneral Bill/Constitutional Amendment
RevenueNo
Vote type requiredMajority

House Committee:

Principal Author: Ketchings

Title: AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT LABOR UNIONS SHALL FURNISH CERTAIN REPORTS TO EMPLOYEES CONCERNING HOW THEIR UNION DUES WERE SPENT; TO REQUIRE LABOR UNIONS TO RECEIVE ANNUAL, UP-FRONT, WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM EACH INDIVIDUAL WORKER BEFORE SPENDING HIS OR HER DUES FOR POLITICAL OR OTHER NONCOLLECTIVE BARGAINING PURPOSES; TO PROVIDE THAT EMPLOYEES WHO DID NOT PROVIDE SUCH WRITTEN PERMISSION MAY WITHHOLD PAYMENT OR RECEIVE REFUNDS OF THE PORTION OF THE UNION DUES SPENT ON NONCOLLECTIVE BARGAINING ACTIVITIES; AND FOR RELATED PURPOSES.


Information pertaining to this measure was last updated on 01/30/01 at 18:19.

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