The Senate passed Senate Bill 92 yesterday by a surprisingly contested vote. I thought it would be unanimous. The vote was 14-4-2-1. Four Republican Senators voted no, one was absent, and two Democrats did not vote, perhaps due to conflict issues.
The bill expands the Delaware Public Employment Relations Act to employers with 25 employees or more.
Currenty, the law applies to public employers, and that means the State, any county of the State or any agency thereof, and/or any municipal corporation, municipality, city or town located within the State or any agency thereof, that has 100 employees or more.
The legislation now goes to the House.
|SENATE BILL 92 – EXPANDING THE APPLICATION OF THE PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS ACT TO EMPLOYERS WITH 25 EMPLOYEES OR MORE.||Currrent Status – Senate Passed 14-4-2-1.|
|House Sponsors – Osienski, Williams, Heffernan, Longhurst, Morrison||Senate Sponsors – Walsh|
|House Yes Votes –||Senate Yes Votes – Brown, Gay, Hansen, Lockman, Mantzavinos, Paradee, Pinkney, Poore, McBride, Sokola, Sturgeon, Townsend, Walsh // Buckson|
|House No Votes –||Senate No Votes – Hocker, Pettyjohn, Richardson, Wilson|
|House Absents or Not Voting –||Senate Absent or Not Voting – (Not voting) Hoffner, Huxtable (Absent) Lawson|
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