What is LABOR MANAGEMENT REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE ACT?

A US law passed in 1959, also known as the Landrum-Griffin Act. Regulates labor union interactions with members and businesses. The law mandated regulatory and transparency provisions, certain standards for union leadership, secret elections for unionizing, Department of Labor oversight.

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