‘Right-to-Work Has got to Go!’
Posted in the Stroudsburg Forum
Since: Aug 07
#1 Dec 7, 2012
Last winter, when neighboring Indiana became the first Rust Belt state to adopt a right-to-work law, pressure intensified for Michigan to follow suit. However, Gov. Rick Snyder wasn't anxious to pick a fight with the unions over the issue.
The dynamics, however, changed after the November elections, and in line with a national (and increasingly bipartisan) trend against overreach by many government unions that continue to demand benefits that exceed those of the taxpayers.
"When this becomes law, unions will be free to make their case, but workers will be free to make their choice," said Bolger.
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