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General Assembly approves legislation allowing Baltimore County librarians to unionize

April 15, 2021

A bill that would enable Baltimore County librarians to form a union passed both chambers of the General Assembly on the final day of the legislative session Monday night, and now heads to Gov. Larry Hogan’s desk for his signature. Barring a veto from Hogan, the legislation — approved by a 99-38 House vote — will authorize county library employees to collectively bargain and join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, a union representing nearly 647,000 employees across 200 industries.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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