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          Date of Hearing:  April 20, 2016 


           ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, RETIREMENT, AND SOCIAL  
                                      SECURITY


                                  Rob Bonta, Chair


          AB 2835  
          (Cooper) - As Introduced February 19, 2016


          SUBJECT:  Public school employment:  collective bargaining:   
          unlawful activities


          SUMMARY:  Ratifies the provisions of a memorandum of  
          understanding (MOU) between the state and an as yet unspecified  
          state bargaining unit.  


          EXISTING LAW requires, under the State Employee-Employer  
          Relations Act (the Dills Act), collective bargaining agreements  
          (MOUs) that are negotiated between the state and exclusive  
          representatives of each of the 21 state bargaining units be  
          ratified by the Legislature.


          FISCAL EFFECT:  Unknown.


          COMMENTS:  This is a bill that will be used to approve the final  
          collective bargaining agreement reached this year between the  
          state and one or more of the state bargaining units.  The  
          current MOUs for 15 of the state's 21 bargaining units expire on  
          or around the first of July of this year.









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          REGISTERED SUPPORT / OPPOSITION:




          Support


          None on file




          Opposition


          None on file




          Analysis Prepared by:Karon Green / P.E.,R., & S.S. / (916)  
          319-3957




















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