Should State And Local Public Employees Be Accorded By Federal Law A Right To Strike? CON

February 1976
Congressional Digest;Feb76, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p51
Focuses on the speech of U.S. Senator Jake Garn during the 1975 discussion of the proposed labor-management relations bill affecting public service employees. Provisions of the bill; Creation of private labor organizations; Components of collective bargaining.


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