Mich. now right-to-work; effects will be delayed
A right-to-work law is on the books in Michigan, a mainstay of organized labor, but those considering opting out of paying union dues will have to wait months or years to do so.
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#1 Mar 28, 2013
SHAME on pRick snyper and his lameducks! Michigan was once a Great State. No More! The people of Michigan have been purposely harmed by this illegal action. Stop it now, by any means.
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