10 William Mitchell Law Review 213 (1984)
This article surveys and analyzes the law on the scope of bargaining under the Minnesota Public Employment Labor Relations Act (PERLA) and suggests ways to make it more certain and responsive to public policy. Part II sets out the conflicting policy considerations to be accommodated in defining the scope of bargaining. These considerations form the basis for Part Ill's criticism of the present law under PELRA and guide the recommendations for change made in Part IV.
Schmedemann, Deborah A., "The Scope of Bargaining in Minnesota Public Sector Labor Relations: A Proposal for Change" (1984). Faculty Scholarship. 50.