NEW LEGISLATIVE CHANGES - House Bill No. 6074
§10(9) By July 1 of each year, each exclusive bargaining representative that represents public employees in this state shall have an independent examiner verify the exclusive bargaining representative's calculation of all expenditures attributed to the costs of collective bargaining, contract administration, and grievance adjustment during the prior calendar year and shall file that verification with the commission. The commission shall make the exclusive bargaining representative's calculations available to the public on the commission's website. The exclusive bargaining representative shall also file a declaration identifying the local bargaining units that are represented. Local bargaining units identified in the declaration filed by the exclusive bargaining representative are not required to file a separate calculation of all expenditures attributed to the costs of collective bargaining, contract administration, and grievance adjustment.
§9(2)(d) – Public employees may do any of the following:(d) Pay the costs of an independent examiner verification as described in section 10(9).
§15(13) – An agreement with a collective bargaining unit shall not require a public employer to pay the costs of an independent examiner verification described in section 10(9).