Some Missouri business leaders are expressing concern with what they see as an effort by Governor Carnahan to make it easier for state employees to bargain collectively. Dan Mehan of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce says this effort was outlined in a June memo written by the governor. Mehan says it would cost all Missourians money in some way. Mehan says the governor should not make any effort to impose collective bargaining, the legislature should be fully involved in any such move. A spokesman for the governor’s office called it an administrative procedure to help streamline the state’s “meet and confer” law, not collective bargaining.
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