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Bill seeking quick action by labor board is deferred

By Nanea Kalani

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 09, 2013

~~<p>The teachers union apparently won't get any help from lawmakers in prompting the Hawaii Labor Relations Board to rule on its lingering prohibited-practice case.</p>
<p>A Senate committee Friday tabled a bill supported by the Hawaii State Teachers Association that would have forced the labor board to act on complaints within a 30-day window. If not, complaints would by default be resolved in favor of the complainant, under the proposal.</p>
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The teachers union apparently won't get any help from lawmakers in prompting the Hawaii Labor Relations Board to rule on its lingering prohibited-practice case.

A Senate committee Friday tabled a bill supported by the Hawaii State Teachers Association that would have forced the labor board to act on complaints within a 30-day window. If not, complaints would by default be resolved in favor of the complainant, under the proposal. Login for more...



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