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Federal Anti-Injunction Act (Norris-LaGuardia Act) of 1932

Federal Anti-Injunction Act (Norris-LaGuardia Act) of 1932 is a federal law that prohibits courts from issuing injunctions against labor’s nonviolent protest activities: requires an open hearing before the issuance of an injunction: outlaws “yellow dog” contracts.

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