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Harford Community College officials criticize collective bargaining bills
Harford Community College officials criticize collective bargaining bills

Harford Community College officials are voicing concerns about Maryland senate and house bills to establish a collective bargaining process for community colleges in Maryland that would permit their employees to be represented by unions. SB 749, introduced by State Sen. Catherine Pugh, who represents Baltimore, and HB 490, introduced by State Del. Sheila E. Hixson, representing Montgomery County, establish collective bargaining processes for employees at all of the state's 16 community colleges, including Harford. The house bill will allow specified employees to bargain collectively over wages, hours, terms and conditions of employment and the procedures for dues and fees to be...

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