Michigan Passes Right To Work

Michigan, which was the cradle of the union movement, is about to become the nation's 24th "right to work" state, reports Bryan Preston of PJMedia.com

The state House passed the legislation this afternoon, Dec. 6, with a 57-50 vote and the senate quickly followed it with a 22-16 vote approval to send it to Gov. Rick Snyder (R) for his expected signature.

Right to work laws prohibit agreements between unions and employers that make union dues a condition of employment.

Pennsylvania also has a Republican-controlled state legislature. When is it going to follow suit?


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