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house Bill H.R. 175

Employee Paycheck Protection Act

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      house Committees
      Committee on Education and Labor
      Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions
    IntroducedJanuary 4th, 2013

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Employee Paycheck Protection Act

Official Title

To require labor organizations to provide the notice to employees related to fees collection required pursuant to the Supreme Court cases Teachers Local No. 1 v. Hudson and Knox v. Service Employees International Union.


Employee Paycheck Protection Act - Requires a labor organization, before imposing, collecting, or increasing member or other covered employee dues or fees, to provide all employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement with written notice explaining how it calculated the share of such dues or fees related to non-political costs of collective bargaining. Prohibits a labor organization from collecting dues or fees from non-union employees without their consent.

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