HARRISBURG – A measure which would prevent school board members from voting on collective bargaining agreements if they have a conflict of interest has been introduced by Crawford County Rep. Brad Roae. The lawmaker said there are many instances where school board members can legally vote on union contracts that essentially bring more money into their own household. House Bill 1794 would require a school board member to abstain from voting on a collective bargaining agreement if a spouse, partner or household resident is in the collective bargaining unit under consideration. The measure has been referred to the state House Labor & Industry Committee.