Professional Lacrosse Players' Association

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PLPA
PLPA.png
Full name Professional Lacrosse Players' Association
Founded August 1991
Country  United States
 Canada
Key people Peter Schmitz, President
Office location Ajax, Ontario, Canada
Website http://www.plpa.com

The Professional Lacrosse Players' Association (PLPA) (formerly the Major Indoor Lacrosse League Players' Association or MILLPA) is the trade union of players in indoor lacrosse's National Lacrosse League.

It was founded in 1991 by Dave Succamore (a former Detroit Turbo), Peter Schmitz (a former Boston Blazer and current president) and 4 other players from other teams with assistance by labor attorney Ronald L. Jaros.[1]

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  1. ^ "President's Message". Professional Lacrosse Player's Association. 2005. Retrieved January 26, 2010. 

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