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Labor-management reporting and disclosure act (Landrum-Griffin Act) of 1959

Labor-management reporting and disclosure act (Landrum-Griffin Act) of 1959 creates a bill of rights for union members: requires unions to file copies of their constitutions, bylaws, and various reports (including financial reports) with the secretary of labor where they become public record: bars persons convicted of certain felonies from serving as union officers: requires that union officers be bonded (insured).

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