Legislature Considers Public Union Restrictions

andy lambertMarch 24, 2015

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The Kansas Legislature is considering proposals to restrict public employee unions and also possibly shrink the number of state workers. Supporters claim this will give state agencies more flexibility, while opponents argue it’s an attack on unions that traditionally support Democrats. The Senate agenda includes a bill restricting bargaining between agencies and unions to just minimum pay, while a House proposal would make it easier to eliminate positions from the state payroll.

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