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Texas Government Code - GOV'T § 617.004. Right to Work

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An individual may not be denied public employment because of the individual's membership or nonmembership in a labor organization.

Each agency shall prescribe by rule the form for petition requesting the adoption, amendment, or repeal of a rule and the procedure for submission, consideration, and disposition thereof. Within 60 days after submission of a petition, the agency either shall deny the petition in writing on the merits, stating its reasons for the denial, or initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with Section 41-22-5;  provided, however, an agency that has its next regularly scheduled meeting beyond the 60-day period, may by written notice extend the period for not more than 30 days during which it shall deny or initiate rulemaking proceedings.

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