Rick Haglund: Right-to-work has further divided Michigan's public policy discussions
What did right-to-work backers expect - that the unions would just quietly accept a law that that threatens their viability? Thousands of supporters rallied at the State Capitol grounds in Lansing last December, and the anger over right-to-work hasn't subsided, as evidenced by lawsuits and more.
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#1 Mar 4, 2013
pRick Snyper's attacks on unions and his dire mistreatment of the poor and the middle class will haunt him for the rest of his life. Too bad he didn't think of that before stripping our citizens of our democratic rights. No one likes or respects a dictator.
Since: Apr 08
#2 Mar 4, 2013
So, following that line of logic, I guess no one likes or respects Obama either.
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