Amid strikes across the United States in industries ranging from health care to entertainment to automotive manufacturing, members of the Senate Finance Committee met Tuesday to review the landscape of collective bargaining powers for Maryland’s state employees and to discuss where opportunities may expand in the upcoming 2024 legislative session. Outgoing Senate Finance Committee Chair Melony Griffith (D-Prince George’s) noted that the meeting was intended to give an overview of the current state of collective bargaining in Maryland.
Will Md. lawmakers give state workers more power to collectively bargain? Senate Finance committee weighs the options
October 12, 2023