HB 22, 50th R.S. history

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HB 22, 50th R.S.
Relating to declaring null and void as against public policy any contract which permits, requires, prescribes or provides for the retention of any part of the compensation of an employee for the purpose of paying dues or assessments on his part to any labor union, without the written consent of the employee delivered to the employer authorizing such retention or withholding; containing a saving clause with respect to constitutional invalidity.

Author: Wayne Warren Wagonseller
Coauthor: Joe B. Fleming | Paul S. Wilson

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1947, 50th R.S.,ch. 284, General and Special Laws of Texas

Labor--Management Relations

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