32.0105 Unlawful acts of labor organization.

Cite as [A.S.C.A. § 32.0105]

It is unlawful for a labor organization to:

(1) require, or seek to require, an employee, as a condition of employment or of continuance of employment, to be or become or remain a member or affiliate of a labor organization;

(2) require, or seek to require, an employee, as a condition of employment or of continuance of employment, to pay fees, dues, assessments, or any sums of money or any other charges of any kind whatsoever to a person or labor organization; or

(3) engage in a strike, picketing, work stoppage, slowdown, boycott, or other action or conduct, a purpose or effect of which is to force, coerce, induces or persuade, or otherwise impose upon, an employer to enter into an agreement, understanding, or practice declared to be illegal by 32.0103.

History: 1976, PL 14-19 § 5.