Dozens of workers at fast food restaurants across metro Detroit walked off the job Friday in protest over low wages.
“I got yanked out, handcuffed, cut, insulted, embarrassed,” said one man.
For more than an hour Friday morning, a section of southbound I-75 looked pretty much like a parking lot.
Dozens of union members and others protested against Michigan’s new right-to-work law outside a Detroit building where Gov. Rick Snyder had a scheduled appearance.
“We’re not worried about no Kevyn Orr. Uncle Toms ain’t nothing new,” said Rev. David Bullock, during a protest Thursday in Detroit.
New court documents detail why police decided to lock people out of the state Capitol in December as Michigan’s contentious right-to-work law was debated.
A Michigan Democratic lawmaker is taking steps aimed at repealing the contentious right-to-work law.
A group of mostly union workers gathered outside Chase Bank in downtown Detroit Thursday to protest the growing disparity between the rich and poor in the U.S.
A lot of fanfare and a little protest in Detroit as Gov. Rick Snyder signed several bills that he says will help the city.
One day after historic right-to-work legislation passed in Michigan, and then signed by the governor, the mood in Lansing remains tense between lawmakers.
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