Indiana Senate Bill
Release time for public employee union activities. Provides that an employee of the state or a political subdivision may be compensated only for the performance of duties and activities that directly and primarily benefit the employee's employer or the general public. Provides that the state or a political subdivision may not enter into an employment contract that provides compensation to a public employee for performing labor organization activities. Provides that a public employee or a labor organization may not enter into a formal or informal agreement with a public employer to provide compensation to a public employee or a third party for performing labor organization activities. Provides that the state or a political subdivision may not provide compensation, and an employee may not knowingly receive compensation, for a leave given or taken for the purpose of performing labor organization activities. Provides that the attorney general or any taxpaying resident of the state may institute a civil action to enjoin violations of these provisions. Provides that any taxpaying resident of the state has standing to intervene in an action challenging the validity of these provisions.
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