The legislation, signed into law on Monday by Gov. Eric Greitens, prohibits companies from negotiating labor contracts that require workers, as a condition of employment, to pay either dues or a ‘fair share fee’ for the union representation they receive.
It is set to go into effect on Aug. 28 and contains a “grandfather clause” that protects union contracts until they expire.
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