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Chapter 288

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  288.046.  General assembly's intent to abrogate certain case law — determining misconduct, evidence of impairment. — 1.  In applying provisions of this chapter, it is the intent of the general assembly to reject and abrogate previous case law interpretations of "misconduct connected with work" requiring a finding of evidence of impairment of work performance, including but not limited to, the holdings contained in Baldor Electric Company v. Raylene Reasoner and Missouri Division of Employment Security, 66 S.W.3d 130 (Mo.App. E.D. 2001).

  2.  In determining whether misconduct connected with work has occurred, neither the state, any agency of the state, nor any court of the state of Missouri shall require a finding of evidence of impairment of work performance.


(L. 2006 H.B. 1456)

Effective 10-01-06

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