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< > Effective - 28 Aug 1967, 2 histories, see footnote (history) bottom

  105.530.  Law not to be construed as granting right to strike. — Nothing contained in sections 105.500 to 105.530 shall be construed as granting a right to employees covered in sections 105.500 to 105.530 to strike.


(L. 1965 p. 232 § 4, A.L. 1967 p. 192 § 105.540)

(1976) Public policy of this state is that employees do not have the right to strike against their governmental employer, and written agreement between school teachers association and board of education of school district, which was the product of an illegal strike, was void and would not be enforced. St.  Louis Teachers Association v. Board of Education (Mo.), 544 S.W.2d 573.

(1977) Teachers' strike while not covered by statute is illegal as violative of common law. School Dist. of Kansas City v. Clymer (A.), 554 S.W.2d 483.

(1987) This statute does not give rise to any implied right of action on behalf of citizens whose home was destroyed during strike by fire fighters' union.  White v. Intern. Ass'n.  of Fire Fighters, 738 S.W.2d 933 (Mo. App.).

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