Persons in private employment shall have the right to organize for the purpose of collective bargaining. See the commentary following Section 2. Persons in public employment shall have the right to organize for the purpose of collective bargaining as provided by law. After spending considerable time deliberating whether and where to include provisions on employee rights, and their possible contents, the 1950 convention adopted a separate article of two sections in lieu of adding provisions to Article I, Bill of Rights. In 1978, this article was renumbered from...
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