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AGRICULTURAL LABOR RELATIONS. INITIATIVE. Amends Agricultural Labor Relations Act. Provides that exercise of employees' rights shall not infringe upon any citizen's private property. In individual situations where employees have no suitable alternative means to receive information necessary to exercise self-organization rights, labor organizations allowed access to private property, limited to non-lunch area designated by employer with board approval. Prohibits publicity, which includes picketing, by labor organization which has effect of requesting public to cease patronizing employer other than employer with whom labor organization has primary dispute. Prohibits board from making employee lists available to third party until election is called. Financial impact: Passage of this measure would result in increased additional general fund costs of approximately $1,000,000 annually to the Agricultural Labor Relations Board.
James Albert Hessler, Jr., 6835 Variel Avenue, Apt. 41, Canoga Park, California 91303 (213) 347-3257; Stephen Pietrolungo, 24022 Vanowen Street, Canoga Park, California 91307
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Agricultural Labor Relations Act Of 1975 California Initiative 165 (1977).