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I The 90-page Taft-Ivse labor Mil,
which haa been endorsed by House
Senate conferees and which shortly
goes to the White Hooee for signa
ture?or veto?is divided into three
One section prescribes the ma
chinery for use in the event of what
are called "national emergency
strikes," removes the Conciliation
Service from the Department of La
bor, making it a separate agency.
A second section provides for suits
against labor unions for violation of
contract. , - ->&?
The third has the effect of amend
ing the Wagner Act for the first
time since its passage "12 years ago.
The purpose of the amendments is
Stated to be to balance more evenly
the rights and responsibilities of both
unions and management.
Two titles ot lesser importance
contain definitions of terms and pro
visions establishing a congressional
committee to undertake several
months of study of labor relations.
Following is a eummary of the
main provisions of the bill as it will
go to President Truman:
"National Emergencies?The Presi
dent is authorized to instruct the At
torney General to obtain a Federal
strike in a key industry
imperil the i*6?n*t '
ty. The injunction can remain in
force for 80 days, during which
period Government agencies seek to
settle the dispute and a board of in
quiry reports on the facts.
At the end,
on whether to accept their employ
er's "final" offer. If they reject it,
the injunction must be removed and
a strike may take place.
Suits against unions?Unions may
be sued by private individuals in the
federal courts for breach of contract.
Further, employers may sue unions
for damages they sustain in juris
dictional strikes and secondary boy
cotts. ? " CV'3:" '';jl
Political contributions?Unions are
net allowed to contribute to political
campaigns, including primaries. Nei
ther may they malm expenditures for
their own action in national politi
cal campaigns. The penalties include
fines and imprisonment of union offi
cers involved. ' I
Federal workers' strikes?Govern
ment employees may not strike. The1
penalty is immediate discharge, for
feiture of Civil Service status, and
prohibiten against re-employment ia
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be a union membef to obtain a Job,
WuMM.' A majority ?* all am
ployees in the unit involved must vote
in favor of such a contract, by secret
Unfair labor practices?Hitherto
"unfair labor practice#" were actual
ly "unfair employer practices," be
cause ali of those mentioned in the
Wagner Act related to undesirable
actions by., employers. W#.v
The new'bill adds a list of acts
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The National Labor
Board can issue a cease
| order against anyone, employer
I employee, .admitting an unfair ta
bor practices. If it is disobeyed, it]
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a particular craft have
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whether to be represented by a ]
wide (Industrial) anion, or whether
by their own union, or by neither.
Welfare funds?Employers may
not contribute to union health, vacat
tion, Insurance,- and other sorts of
welfare funds unless those ftinds are
up so as to give both union and
employer an equal voice in their ?b|
i<u?ia>w^wi xft. fie-J?* i Jw d I
lhe section exempts funds set up
before Jan! t, 1946. Thus, union- j
controlled -funds in the garment!
trades and elsewhere could continual
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