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Montana Title 39. Labor § 39-31-503. Binding arbitration--policy

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(1) It is the policy of the state that because the right of police officers to strike is prohibited by 39-31-501, it is necessary to the high morale of police officers and to the efficient operation of police departments to provide an alternative, expeditious, and effective procedure for the resolution of labor disputes through binding arbitration.

(2) Binding arbitration must be scheduled by mutual agreement no earlier than 30 days following the submission of the petition seeking binding arbitration under 39-31-502(2)(d).

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