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MEMORANDUM

Posted: January 22, 2013 01:49 PM
From: Representative Daryl Metcalfe and Rep. Kathy Rapp, Rep. Fred Keller, Rep. Jim Cox, Rep. Jerry Knowles, Rep. Stephen Bloom
To: All House members
Subject: Pennsylvania Open Workforce Initiative
 
In the near future, a six bill package will be introduced which focuses on issues regarding freedom in the workplace. They will give workers the right to decide where they work and what organizations they join.

We request your support in pursuit of freedom in the workplace.

If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Wilbourn at nwilbour@pahousegop.com or 717-783-1707.
 
The following proposals will prohibit compulsory unionism and make Pennsylvania a Right To Work state:


Document #1

Introduced as HB50

Description: House Bill 50 (Metcalfe) This legislation would prohibit employment from being conditional upon membership or non-membership in a labor organization. Compulsory dues would be prohibited for non-union members and would apply to both public and private sector employees.
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Document #2

Introduced as HB51

Description: House Bill 51 (Rapp) This legislation prohibits labor organizations from collecting compulsory union dues from non-union public school employees.
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Document #3

Introduced as HB52

Description: House Bill 52 (Keller, F.) This legislation prohibits labor organizations from collecting compulsory union dues from non-union state employees.
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Document #4

Introduced as HB53

Description: House Bill 53 (Cox) This legislation prohibits labor organizations from collecting compulsory union dues from non-union local government employees.
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Document #5

Introduced as HB54

Description: House Bill 54 (Knowles) This legislation would prohibit employment from being conditional upon membership or non-membership in a labor organization. Compulsory dues would be prohibited for non-union members and would apply to only private sector employees.
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Document #6

Introduced as HB250

Description: House Bill 250 (Bloom) This legislation would permit public employees to opt out of their union membership at any time during their contract. Currently, under the Public Employee Relations Act, employees can only opt out of their union membership 15 days prior to the expiration of their contract. This legislation would provide public employees the freedom to terminate their union membership at any time.
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