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AB11, s. 185 15Section 185. 111.115 (2) of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 186 16Section 186. 111.17 (intro.) and (1) of the statutes are consolidated,
17renumbered 111.17 and amended to read:
AB11,67,22 18111.17 Conflict of provisions; effect. Wherever the application of the
19provisions of other statutes or laws conflict with the application of the provisions of
20this subchapter, this subchapter shall prevail, except that: (1) In in any situation
21where the provisions of this subchapter cannot be validly enforced the provisions of
22such other statutes or laws shall apply.
AB11, s. 187 23Section 187. 111.17 (2) of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 188 24Section 188. 111.70 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,68,15
1111.70 (1) (a) "Collective bargaining" means the performance of the mutual
2obligation of a municipal employer, through its officers and agents, and the
3representative of its municipal employees in a collective bargaining unit, to meet and
4confer at reasonable times, in good faith, with the intention of reaching an
5agreement, or to resolve questions arising under such an agreement, with respect to
6wages, hours, and conditions of employment for public safety employees and with
7respect to wages for general municipal employees
, and with respect to a requirement
8of the municipal employer for a municipal employee to perform law enforcement and
9fire fighting services under s. 61.66 and for a school district with respect to any
10matter under sub. (4) (o), and for a school district with respect to any matter under
11sub. (4) (n)
, except as provided in subs. (3m), (3p), and sub. (4) (m) (mb) and (mc) and
12s. 40.81 (3) and except that a municipal employer shall not meet and confer with
13respect to any proposal to diminish or abridge the rights guaranteed to municipal
14any public safety employees under ch. 164. Collective bargaining includes the
15reduction of any agreement reached to a written and signed document.
AB11,68,18 16(3) (d) The duty to bargain , however, does not compel either party to agree to
17a proposal or require the making of a concession. Collective bargaining includes the
18reduction of any agreement reached to a written and signed document. The
AB11,69,5 19(4) (p) Permissive subjects of collective bargaining; public safety employees. A
20municipal employer shall is not be required to bargain with public safety employees
21on subjects reserved to management and direction of the governmental unit except
22insofar as the manner of exercise of such functions affects the wages, hours, and
23conditions of employment of the municipal public safety employees in a collective
24bargaining unit. In creating this subchapter the legislature recognizes that the
25municipal employer must exercise its powers and responsibilities to act for the

1government and good order of the jurisdiction which it serves, its commercial benefit
2and the health, safety, and welfare of the public to assure orderly operations and
3functions within its jurisdiction, subject to those rights secured to municipal
4employees by the constitutions of this state and of the United States and by this
5subchapter.
AB11, s. 189 6Section 189. 111.70 (1) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,69,107 111.70 (1) (b) "Collective bargaining unit" means a unit consisting of municipal
8employees who are school district employees or of municipal employees who are not
9school district employees
that is determined by the commission under sub. (4) (d) 2.
10a.
to be appropriate for the purpose of collective bargaining.
AB11, s. 190 11Section 190. 111.70 (1) (cm) of the statutes is created to read:
AB11,69,1512 111.70 (1) (cm) "Consumer price index change" means the average annual
13percentage change in the consumer price index for all urban consumers, U.S. city
14average, as determined by the federal department of labor, for the 12 months
15immediately preceding the current date.
AB11, s. 191 16Section 191. 111.70 (1) (f) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,69,2517 111.70 (1) (f) "Fair-share agreement" means an agreement between a
18municipal employer and a labor organization that represents public safety
19employees
under which all or any of the public safety employees in the collective
20bargaining unit are required to pay their proportionate share of the cost of the
21collective bargaining process and contract administration measured by the amount
22of dues uniformly required of all members. Such an agreement shall contain a
23provision requiring the employer to deduct the amount of dues as certified by the
24labor organization from the earnings of the employees affected by said agreement
25and to pay the amount so deducted to the labor organization.
AB11, s. 192
1Section 192. 111.70 (1) (fm) of the statutes is created to read:
AB11,70,32 111.70 (1) (fm) "General municipal employee" means a municipal employee
3who is not a public safety employee.
AB11, s. 193 4Section 193. 111.70 (1) (j) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,70,125 111.70 (1) (j) "Municipal employer" means any city, county, village, town,
6metropolitan sewerage district, school district, long-term care district, transit
7authority under s. 59.58 (7) or 66.1039, local cultural arts district created under
8subch. V of ch. 229,
or any other political subdivision of the state, or instrumentality
9of one or more political subdivisions of the state, that engages the services of an
10employee and includes any person acting on behalf of a municipal employer within
11the scope of the person's authority, express or implied, but specifically does not
12include a local cultural arts district created under subch. V of ch. 229
.
AB11, s. 194 13Section 194. 111.70 (1) (mm) of the statutes is created to read:
AB11,70,1614 111.70 (1) (mm) "Public safety employee" means any municipal employee who
15is employed in a position that, on the effective date of this paragraph .... [LRB inserts
16date], is classified as a protective occupation participant under any of the following:
AB11,70,1717 1. Section 40.02 (48) (am) 9., 10., 13., 15., or 22.
AB11,70,1918 2. A provision that is comparable to a provision under subd. 1. that is in a county
19or city retirement system.
AB11, s. 195 20Section 195. 111.70 (1) (n) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,71,221 111.70 (1) (n) "Referendum" means a proceeding conducted by the commission
22in which public safety employees in a collective bargaining unit may cast a secret
23ballot on the question of authorizing a labor organization and the employer to
24continue a fair-share agreement. Unless a majority of the eligible employees vote
25in favor of the fair-share agreement, it shall be deemed terminated and that portion

1of the collective bargaining agreement deemed null and void
that covers public safety
2employees
.
AB11, s. 196 3Section 196. 111.70 (1) (nm) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,71,134 111.70 (1) (nm) "Strike" includes any strike or other concerted stoppage of work
5by municipal employees, and any concerted slowdown or other concerted
6interruption of operations or services by municipal employees, or any concerted
7refusal to work or perform their usual duties as municipal employees, for the purpose
8of enforcing demands upon a municipal employer. Such conduct by municipal
9employees which is not authorized or condoned by a labor organization constitutes
10a "strike", but does not subject such labor organization to the penalties under this
11subchapter. This paragraph does not apply to collective bargaining units composed
12of municipal employees who are engaged in law enforcement or fire fighting
13functions.
AB11, s. 197 14Section 197. 111.70 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,72,1715 111.70 (2) Rights of municipal employees. Municipal employees shall have the
16right of self-organization, and the right to form, join, or assist labor organizations,
17to bargain collectively through representatives of their own choosing, and to engage
18in lawful, concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining or other mutual
19aid or protection, and such employees shall. Municipal employees have the right to
20refrain from any and all such activities except that employees. A general municipal
21employee has the right to refrain from paying dues while remaining a member of a
22collective bargaining unit. A public safety employee, however,
maybe required to pay
23dues in the manner provided in a fair-share agreement. Such; a fair-share
24agreement covering a public safety employee must contain a provision requiring the
25municipal employer to deduct the amount of dues as certified by the labor

1organization from the earnings of the public safety employee affected by the
2fair-share agreement and to pay the amount deducted to the labor organization. A

3fair-share agreement shall be covering a public safety employee is subject to the
4right of the municipal employer or a labor organization to petition the commission
5to conduct a referendum. Such petition must be supported by proof that at least 30%
6of the public safety employees in the collective bargaining unit desire that the
7fair-share agreement be terminated. Upon so finding, the commission shall conduct
8a referendum. If the continuation of the agreement is not supported by at least the
9majority of the eligible public safety employees, it shall be deemed terminated
10terminate. The commission shall declare any fair-share agreement suspended upon
11such conditions and for such time as the commission decides whenever it finds that
12the labor organization involved has refused on the basis of race, color, sexual
13orientation, creed, or sex to receive as a member any public safety employee of the
14municipal employer in the bargaining unit involved, and such agreement shall be
15made
is subject to this duty of the commission. Any of the parties to such agreement
16or any municipal public safety employee covered thereby by the agreement may come
17before the commission, as provided in s. 111.07, and ask the performance of this duty.
AB11, s. 198 18Section 198. 111.70 (3) (a) 3. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,72,2219 111.70 (3) (a) 3. To encourage or discourage a membership in any labor
20organization by discrimination in regard to hiring, tenure, or other terms or
21conditions of employment; but the prohibition shall not apply to a fair-share
22agreement that covers public safety employees.
AB11, s. 199 23Section 199. 111.70 (3) (a) 4. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,73,1624 111.70 (3) (a) 4. To refuse to bargain collectively with a representative of a
25majority of its employees in an appropriate collective bargaining unit. Such refusal

1shall include includes action by the employer to issue or seek to obtain contracts,
2including those provided for by statute, with individuals in the collective bargaining
3unit while collective bargaining, mediation, or fact-finding concerning the terms and
4conditions of a new collective bargaining agreement is in progress, unless such
5individual contracts contain express language providing that the contract is subject
6to amendment by a subsequent collective bargaining agreement. Where the
7employer has a good faith doubt as to whether a labor organization claiming the
8support of a majority of its employees in an appropriate bargaining unit does in fact
9have that support, it may file with the commission a petition requesting an election
10to that claim. An employer shall not be deemed to have refused to bargain until an
11election has been held and the results thereof certified to the employer by the
12commission. The violation shall include, though not be limited thereby, to the refusal
13to execute a collective bargaining agreement previously agreed upon. The term of
14any collective bargaining agreement covering municipal employees who are not
15school district employees shall not exceed 3 years, and the term of any collective
16bargaining agreement covering school district employees shall not exceed 4 years.
AB11, s. 200 17Section 200. 111.70 (3) (a) 5. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,74,218 111.70 (3) (a) 5. To violate any collective bargaining agreement previously
19agreed upon by the parties with respect to wages, hours and conditions of
20employment affecting municipal public safety employees, including an agreement to
21arbitrate questions arising as to the meaning or application of the terms of a
22collective bargaining agreement or to accept the terms of such arbitration award,
23where previously the parties have agreed to accept such award as final and binding
24upon them or to violate any collective bargaining agreement affecting general

1municipal employees, that was previously agreed upon by the parties with respect
2to wages
.
AB11, s. 201 3Section 201. 111.70 (3) (a) 6. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,74,104 111.70 (3) (a) 6. To deduct labor organization dues from an employee's or
5supervisor's
the earnings of a public safety employee, unless the municipal employer
6has been presented with an individual order therefor, signed by the municipal public
7safety
employee personally, and terminable by at least the end of any year of its life
8or earlier by the municipal public safety employee giving at least 30 days' written
9notice of such termination to the municipal employer and to the representative
10organization, except where there is when a fair-share agreement is in effect.
AB11, s. 202 11Section 202. 111.70 (3) (a) 7. of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 203 12Section 203. 111.70 (3) (a) 9. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,74,1613 111.70 (3) (a) 9. After If the collective bargaining unit contains a public safety
14employee, after
a collective bargaining agreement expires and before another
15collective bargaining agreement takes effect, to fail to follow any fair-share
16agreement in the expired collective bargaining agreement.
AB11, s. 204 17Section 204. 111.70 (3) (b) 6. of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 205 18Section 205. 111.70 (3g) of the statutes is created to read:
AB11,74,2119 111.70 (3g) Wage deduction prohibition. A municipal employer may not
20deduct labor organization dues from the earnings of a general municipal employee
21or supervisor.
AB11, s. 206 22Section 206. 111.70 (3m) of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 207 23Section 207. 111.70 (3p) of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 208 24Section 208. 111.70 (4) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,75,4
1111.70 (4) Powers of the commission. (intro.) The commission shall conduct
2any election under this subsection by secret ballot and
shall be governed by adhere
3to
the following provisions relating to bargaining in municipal employment in
4addition to other powers and duties provided in this subchapter:
AB11, s. 209 5Section 209. 111.70 (4) (c) (title) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,75,76 111.70 (4) (c) (title) Methods for peaceful settlement of disputes; law enforcement
7and fire fighting personnel
public safety employees.
AB11, s. 210 8Section 210. 111.70 (4) (c) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,75,149 111.70 (4) (c) 1. `Mediation.' The commission may function as a mediator in
10labor disputes involving a collective bargaining unit containing a public safety
11employee
. Such mediation may be carried on by a person designated to act by the
12commission upon request of one or both of the parties or upon initiation of the
13commission. The function of the mediator shall be is to encourage voluntary
14settlement by the parties but no mediator shall have has the power of compulsion.
AB11, s. 211 15Section 211. 111.70 (4) (c) 2. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,75,2016 111.70 (4) (c) 2. `Arbitration.' a. Parties to a dispute pertaining to the meaning
17or application of the terms of a written collective bargaining agreement involving a
18collective bargaining unit containing a public safety employee
may agree in writing
19to have the commission or any other appropriate agency serve as arbitrator or may
20designate any other competent, impartial and disinterested person to so serve.
AB11,76,221 b. A collective bargaining agreement involving a collective bargaining unit
22containing a public safety employee
may, notwithstanding s. 62.13 (5), contain
23dispute resolution procedures, including arbitration, that address the suspension,
24reduction in rank, suspension and reduction in rank, or removal of such personnel.
25If the procedures include arbitration, the arbitration hearing shall be public and the

1decision of the arbitrator shall be issued within 180 days of the conclusion of the
2hearing.
AB11, s. 212 3Section 212. 111.70 (4) (c) 3. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,76,114 111.70 (4) (c) 3. `Fact-finding.' If Unless s. 111.77 applies, if a dispute involving
5a collective bargaining unit containing a public safety employee
has not been settled
6after a reasonable period of negotiation and after the settlement procedures, if any,
7established by the parties have been exhausted, and the parties are deadlocked with
8respect to any dispute between them arising in the collective bargaining process,
9either party, or the parties jointly, may petition the commission, in writing, to initiate
10fact-finding, as provided hereafter, and to make recommendations to resolve the
11deadlock., as follows:
AB11,76,1712 a. Upon receipt of a the petition to initiate fact-finding, the commission shall
13make an investigation with or without a formal hearing, to determine whether a
14deadlock in fact exists. After its investigation the commission shall certify the
15results thereof. If the commission decides that fact-finding should be initiated, it
16shall appoint a qualified, disinterested person or 3-member panel, when jointly
17requested by the parties, to function as a fact finder.
AB11,77,218 b. The fact finder appointed under subd. 3. a. may establish dates and place of
19hearings which shall be where feasible, and shall conduct the hearings pursuant to
20rules established by the commission. Upon request, the commission shall issue
21subpoenas for hearings conducted by the fact finder. The fact finder may administer
22oaths. Upon completion of the hearing, the fact finder shall make written findings
23of fact and recommendations for solution of the dispute and shall cause the same to
24be served on the parties and the commission. Cost of fact-finding proceedings shall
25be divided equally between the parties. At the time the fact finder submits a

1statement of his or her costs to the parties, the fact finder shall submit a copy thereof
2of the statement to the commission at its Madison office.
AB11,77,63 c. Nothing herein shall be construed as prohibiting in this subdivision prohibits
4any fact finder appointed under subd. 3. a. from endeavoring to mediate the dispute,
5in which the fact finder is involved, at any time prior to the issuance of the fact
6finder's recommendations.
AB11,77,117 d. Within 30 days of the receipt of the fact finder's recommendations under
8subd. 3. b.
, or within the time period mutually agreed upon by the parties, each party
9shall advise give notice to the other party, in writing as to its acceptance or rejection,
10in whole or in part, of the fact finder's recommendations and, at the same time,
11transmit a copy of such the notice to the commission at its Madison office.
AB11, s. 213 12Section 213. 111.70 (4) (c) 4. of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 214 13Section 214. 111.70 (4) (cm) (title), 1., 2., 3. and 4. of the statutes are amended
14to read:
AB11,78,215 111.70 (4) (cm) (title) Methods for peaceful settlement of disputes; other
16personnel
general municipal employees. 1. `Notice of commencement of contract
17negotiations.' For the purpose of advising the commission of the commencement of
18contract negotiations involving a collective bargaining unit containing general
19municipal employees
, whenever either party requests the other to reopen
20negotiations under a binding collective bargaining agreement, or the parties
21otherwise commence negotiations if no such agreement exists, the party requesting
22negotiations shall immediately notify the commission in writing. Upon failure of the
23requesting party to provide such notice, the other party may so notify the
24commission. The notice shall specify the expiration date of the existing collective

1bargaining agreement, if any, and shall set forth any additional information the
2commission may require on a form provided by the commission.
AB11,78,103 2. `Presentation of initial proposals; open meetings.' The meetings between
4parties to a collective bargaining agreement or proposed collective bargaining
5agreement under this subchapter which that involve a collective bargaining unit
6containing a general municipal employee and that
are held for the purpose of
7presenting initial bargaining proposals, along with supporting rationale, shall be
8open to the public. Each party shall submit its initial bargaining proposals to the
9other party in writing. Failure to comply with this subdivision is not cause to
10invalidate a collective bargaining agreement under this subchapter.
AB11,78,1511 3. `Mediation.' The commission or its designee shall function as mediator in
12labor disputes involving general municipal employees upon request of one or both of
13the parties, or upon initiation of the commission. The function of the mediator shall
14be to encourage voluntary settlement by the parties. No mediator has the power of
15compulsion.
AB11,78,2116 4. `Grievance arbitration.' Parties to a dispute pertaining to the meaning or
17application of the terms of a written collective bargaining agreement involving a
18collective bargaining unit containing a general municipal employee
may agree in
19writing to have the commission or any other appropriate agency serve as arbitrator
20or may designate any other competent, impartial and disinterested person to so
21serve.
AB11, s. 215 22Section 215. 111.70 (4) (cm) 5., 6., 7., 7g., 7r. and 8. of the statutes are repealed.
AB11, s. 216 23Section 216. 111.70 (4) (cm) 8m. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,79,1524 111.70 (4) (cm) 8m. `Term of agreement; reopening of negotiations.' Except for
25the initial collective bargaining agreement between the parties and except as the

1parties otherwise agree, every collective bargaining agreement covering general
2municipal employees subject to this paragraph shall be for a term of 2 years, but in
3no case may a collective bargaining agreement for any collective bargaining unit
4consisting of municipal employees subject to this paragraph other than school
5district employees be for a term exceeding 3 years nor may a collective bargaining
6agreement for any collective bargaining unit consisting of school district employees
7subject to this paragraph be for a term exceeding 4 years
one year and may not be
8extended
. No arbitration award may contain a provision for reopening of
9negotiations during the term of a
collective bargaining agreement , covering general
10municipal employees may be reopened for negotiations
unless both parties agree to
11such a provision reopen the collective bargaining agreement. The requirement for
12agreement by both parties does not apply to a provision for reopening of negotiations
13with respect to any portion of an agreement that is declared invalid by a court or
14administrative agency or rendered invalid by the enactment of a law or promulgation
15of a federal regulation.
AB11, s. 217 16Section 217. 111.70 (4) (cm) 9. of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 218 17Section 218. 111.70 (4) (d) 2. a. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,81,218 111.70 (4) (d) 2. a. The commission shall determine the appropriate collective
19bargaining unit for the purpose of collective bargaining and shall whenever possible,
20unless otherwise required under this subchapter,
avoid fragmentation by
21maintaining as few collective bargaining units as practicable in keeping with the size
22of the total municipal workforce. In making such a determination, the The
23commission may decide whether, in a particular case, the municipal employees in the
24same or several departments, divisions, institutions, crafts, professions, or other
25occupational groupings constitute a collective bargaining unit. Before making its

1determination, the commission may provide an opportunity for the municipal
2employees concerned to determine, by secret ballot, whether they desire to be
3established as a separate collective bargaining unit. The commission shall may not
4decide, however, that any group of municipal employees constitutes an appropriate
5collective bargaining unit if the group includes both professional employees and
6nonprofessional employees, unless a majority of the professional employees vote for
7inclusion in the unit. The commission may not decide that any group of municipal
8employees constitutes an appropriate collective bargaining unit if the group includes
9both school district employees and general municipal employees who are not school
10district employees. The commission may not decide that any group of municipal
11employees constitutes an appropriate collective bargaining unit if the group includes
12both public safety employees and general municipal employees.
The commission
13shall may not decide that any group of municipal employees constitutes an
14appropriate collective bargaining unit if the group includes both craft employees and
15noncraft employees unless a majority of the craft employees vote for inclusion in the
16unit. The commission shall place the professional employees who are assigned to
17perform any services at a charter school, as defined in s. 115.001 (1), in a separate
18collective bargaining unit from a unit that includes any other professional employees
19whenever at least 30% of those professional employees request an election to be held
20to determine that issue and a majority of the professional employees at the charter
21school who cast votes in the election decide to be represented in a separate collective
22bargaining unit. Upon the expiration of any collective bargaining agreement in
23force, the commission shall combine into a single collective bargaining unit 2 or more
24collective bargaining units consisting of school district employees if a majority of the

1employees voting in each collective bargaining unit vote to combine. Any vote taken
2under this subsection shall be by secret ballot.
AB11, s. 219 3Section 219. 111.70 (4) (d) 3. of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,81,74 111.70 (4) (d) 3. a. Whenever, in a particular case, a question arises concerning
5representation or appropriate unit, calling for a vote, the commission shall certify the
6results in writing to the municipal employer and the labor organization involved and
7to any other interested parties.
AB11,81,12 8c. Any ballot used in a representation proceeding under this subdivision shall
9include the names of all persons having an interest in representing or the results.
10The ballot should be so designed as to permit a vote against representation by any
11candidate named on the ballot. The findings of the commission, on which a
12certification is based, shall be conclusive unless reviewed as provided by s. 111.07 (8).
AB11, s. 220 13Section 220. 111.70 (4) (d) 3. b. of the statutes is created to read:
AB11,82,514 111.70 (4) (d) 3. b. Annually, the commission shall conduct an election to certify
15the representative of the collective bargaining unit that contains a general municipal
16employee. The election shall occur no later than December 1 for a collective
17bargaining unit containing school district employees and no later than May 1 for a
18collective bargaining unit containing general municipal employees who are not
19school district employees. The commission shall certify any representative that
20receives at least 51 percent of the votes of all of the general municipal employees in
21the collective bargaining unit. If no representative receives at least 51 percent of the
22votes of all of the general municipal employees in the collective bargaining unit, at
23the expiration of the collective bargaining agreement, the commission shall decertify
24the current representative and the general municipal employees shall be
25nonrepresented. Notwithstanding sub. (2), if a representative is decertified under

1this subd. 3. b., the affected general municipal employees may not be included in a
2substantially similar collective bargaining unit for 12 months from the date of
3decertification. The commission shall assess and collect a certification fee for each
4election conducted under this subd. 3. b. Fees collected under this subd. 3. b. shall
5be credited to the appropriation account under s. 20.425 (1) (i).
AB11, s. 221 6Section 221. 111.70 (4) (L) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,82,117 111.70 (4) (L) Strikes prohibited. Except as authorized under par. (cm) 5. and
86. c., nothing
Nothing contained in this subchapter constitutes a grant of the right
9to strike by any municipal employee or labor organization, and such strikes are
10hereby expressly prohibited. Paragraph (cm) does not authorize any strike after an
11injunction has been issued against such strike under sub. (7m).
AB11, s. 222 12Section 222. 111.70 (4) (m) of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 223 13Section 223. 111.70 (4) (mb) of the statutes is created to read:
AB11,82,1714 111.70 (4) (mb) Prohibited subjects of bargaining; general municipal employees.
15The municipal employer is prohibited from bargaining collectively with a collective
16bargaining unit containing a general municipal employee with respect to any of the
17following:
AB11,82,2118 1. Any factor or condition of employment except wages, which includes only
19total base wages and excludes any other compensation, which includes, but is not
20limited to, overtime, premium pay, merit pay, performance pay, supplemental
21compensation, pay schedules, and automatic pay progressions.
AB11,82,2322 2. Except as provided in s. 66.0506 or 118.245, whichever is applicable, any
23proposal that does any of the following:
AB11,83,324 a. If there is an increase in the consumer price index change, provides for total
25base wages for authorized positions in the proposed collective bargaining agreement

1that exceeds the total base wages for authorized positions 180 days before the
2expiration of the previous collective bargaining agreement by a greater percentage
3than the consumer price index change.
AB11,83,94 b. If there is a decrease in the consumer price index change, provides for total
5base wages for authorized positions in the proposed collective bargaining agreement
6that exceeds the total base wages for authorized positions 180 days before the
7expiration of the previous collective bargaining agreement decreased by a
8percentage of that expenditure that is equal to the decrease in the consumer price
9index change.
AB11, s. 224 10Section 224. 111.70 (4) (mc) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB11,83,1411 111.70 (4) (mc) Prohibited subjects of bargaining; public safety employees.
12(intro.) The municipal employer is prohibited from bargaining collectively with a
13collective bargaining unit containing a public safety employee
with respect to any of
14the following
:
AB11, s. 225 15Section 225. 111.70 (4) (mc) 4. of the statutes is repealed.
AB11, s. 226 16Section 226. 111.70 (4) (n) and (o) of the statutes are repealed.
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