A labor organizer or an officer, agent, or member of a labor union may not collect
a fee, dues, or other sum in connection with membership in a labor union from a person
without giving the person at that time a receipt that:
(1) is signed by the labor organizer, officer, agent, or member; and
(2) states that the sum of money received is to be:
(A) delivered to the labor union; and
(B) held intact until the person has been elected and has become a bona fide voting
member of the union.
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