Landrum-Griffin Act

Definition of "Landrum-Griffin Act"
  1. A law from 1959 that outlines regulations for union election procedures and financial oversight by the U.S. Department of Labor
How to use "Landrum-Griffin Act" in a sentence
  1. Because of the Landrum-Griffin Act, unions must follow certain financial guidelines.
  2. The Landrum-Griffin Act has a significant impact on the way union elections are conducted.
  3. Union leaders must be aware of the regulations imposed by the Landrum-Griffin Act.

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