A victory for workers: Michigan becomes 24th state to adopt right-to-work law
Michigan, home to the collapsed city of Detroit and one of the most powerful auto worker union states in the nation, is in a battle for the state's taxpayers - led by a governor and legislature that puts the state's welfare above re-election and political power.
Thursday, the Michigan House and Senate - both dominated by Republicans - chose to make Michigan a state where workers can choose whether or not they want to be union members. The movement was led by Republican Governor Ric Snyder.
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