Right-to-work law gives Michigan unions new task
Now that Michigan has become a right-to-work state, unions in this stronghold of organized labor confront a new and urgent problem: convincing members to continue paying for their services instead of taking them for free.
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#1 Dec 13, 2012
I love you UNION People.Stand your ground.God bless you good Americans.
#3 Dec 14, 2012
I understood that the non-union workers would still have to pay "agency fees" that almost were as much as dues. The only difference being that you get your car keyed and tires flattened occasionally.
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