Federal Labor Laws

November 1991
Congressional Digest;Nov91, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p261
Examines how present Federal law regulating labor-management relations is largely a product of the New Deal era of the 1930s. While Congress has acted to raise the Federal minimum wage and has considered labor law reform affecting both private and public employees, no major new labor laws have been passed over the past several decades. The Clayton Act; Railway Labor Act; The Wagner Act; Taft-Hartley Act; More.


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