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Landrum-Griffin Act

Landrum-Griffin Act is the law aimed at protecting union members from possible wrongdoing on the part of their unions.


Landrum-Griffin Act is a law, passed in 1959, that requires unions and employees to file financial reports with the secretary of labor and that specifies certain activates to ensure democratic operation of the union; also called the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act.

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