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Chapter 168

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  168.300.  District employers may authorize contributions to credit unions and for other purposes, to be deducted and paid from compensation — procedure. — 1.  Every school district in this state including special school districts may adopt policies and regulations providing for deductions from the compensation of the district's employees whenever a request to do so is presented to the board by a group of ten or more employees.

  2.  Deductions shall be made from compensation earned by the employee and shall be remitted to the appropriate company, association, or organization as authorized by the employee within fifteen days following the deduction.

  3.  Deductions may be made for, but not limited to, the following: credit unions, tax sheltered annuities, individual retirement accounts, membership dues, voluntary contributions, or group insurance premiums.

  4.  A board of education when deducting amounts from the compensation of employees as directed by the employee shall not be liable for any good faith error.

  5.  The school board shall determine the cost of compliance with this section and shall deduct, in addition to the amount to be paid to any entity for which deduction is authorized, the cost of compliance with the request of the employee.

  6.  The various subsections of this section shall be deemed severable and if a subsection of this section is declared invalid or unconstitutional, then such declaration shall not affect the remaining subsections.


(L. 1983 H.B. 815 § 3)

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