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H.R. 5104 (96th): A bill to amend the National Labor Relations Act to provide that a labor organization is not required to provide representation to an employee in a grievance procedure if such employee is not a member of such labor organization, and for other purposes.


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8/2/1979--Introduced. Amends the National Labor Relations Act to stipulate that it is not an unfair labor practice for a labor organization to refuse to provide representation for any employee in any grievance procedure if such employee is not a member of such labor organization, unless the employee is required by contract to pay dues and initiation fees. Allows a labor organization to agree to provide representation in any grievance procedure for an employee who is not a member of the organization and is not paying dues and initiation fees.