NEArmageddon: The State of States You Haven’t Read About

Kansas - A House committee passed a bill that would allow employee associations other than Kansas NEA access to teacher bulletin boards and orientation sessions.

Florida - The House Appropriations Committee approved a bill that would “require unions to get written authorization from union members in order to use those dues for political purposes.”

Alabama - The House Ways and Means Committee passed a bill that would provide taxpayer-funded liability insurance for education employees. In states where workers are not compelled to join unions or pay agency fees, liability insurance from the union is a powerful recruiting tool.

Nebraska - While there is a bill to eliminate collective bargaining for public employees, most efforts focus on reforming the state’s Commission on Industrial Relations and its methods of resolving labor disputes.

Iowa - A collective bargaining overhaul that passed the House was declared “dead on arrival” in the Senate, which is controlled by Democrats.

California - The state will fall into the ocean before changes to public sector collective bargaining are contemplated, but a recent Field Poll indicates public opinion is being affected.


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