Landrum-Griffin Act

[ lan-druh m-grif-in ]
/ ˈlæn drəmˈgrɪf ɪn /

noun

an act of Congress (1959) outlawing secondary boycotts, requiring public disclosure of the financial records of unions, and guaranteeing the use of secret ballots in union voting.

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