The Michigan Supreme Court still hasn’t decided to offer its view on the state’s right-to-work law. In fact, it is seeking someone’s opinion on whether it should give an opinion.
Michigan officials say they’ve spent about $90K on informational posters related to the state’s new right-to-work law.
House budget committees had approved funding reductions or restrictions for public employers such as the University of Michigan and Wayne State University in recent weeks
A judge declined to toss a lawsuit that says Michigan’s right-to-work law is invalid because the Capitol doors were locked while the measure was debated,
Speaking at “Pancakes & Politics” the governor acknowledged that he’s made some unpopular decisions — but said he has no regrets.
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.
Michigan workers can choose not to financially support unions that bargain on their behalf under a right-to-work law now in effect.
The same day the state’s new right-to-work law goes into effect, Gov. Rick Snyder will address hundreds of political, community and business leaders.
Less than 18 percent of Michigan workers are unionized yet right-to-work came with this promise from Governor Snyder: “More and better jobs.”
As Michigan becomes the nation’s 24th right-to-work state this week, we take a look back.
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