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AGO Opinions with Topic: ARBITRATION AND AWARD
AGO 1958 No. 198 >  June 5, 1958
ARBITRATION AND AWARD - POWER OF LEGISLATURE TO REQUIRE COMPULSORY ARBITRATION OF LABOR DISPUTES IN HOSPITALS - HOSPITALS - STRIKES - COMPULSORY ARBITRATION - POWER OF LEGISLATURE TO REQUIRE BINDING ARBITRATION OF LABOR DISPUTES IN HOSPITALS - POWER OF LEGISLATURE TO PROHIBIT OR RESTRICT RIGHT OF HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES TO STRIKE
ARBITRATION AND AWARD -- POWER OF LEGISLATURE TO REQUIRE COMPULSORY ARBITRATION OF LABOR DISPUTES IN HOSPITALS -- HOSPITALS -- STRIKES -- COMPULSORY ARBITRATION -- POWER OF LEGISLATURE TO REQUIRE... 1.  The legislature has the power to prohibit or restrict the right of employees of private hospitals to strike if a substitute such as compulsory arbitration or mediation is provided to meet the requirement of due process.  2.  Employees of hospitals operated by the state, its political subdivisions or municipal corporations, absent express legislation to the contrary, do not have the right to strike.  3.  The legislature has the power to compel hospitals and hospital employees to submit their labor disputes to arbitration, the award of the arbitrators being binding on both parties, provided that sufficient standards are provided to govern the arbitrators in determining such disputes.
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