On this first Labor Day since Michigan became a right to work state, union members are reflecting on the state of organized labor.
A divided Michigan appeals court has ruled that the state’s right-to-work law applies to 35,000 unionized state employees.
UAW President Bob King and other union and state government officials shook hands in Lansing Wednesday.
The Michigan Supreme Court on Friday unanimously decided not to step in early to decide the legality of the state’s right-to-work law.
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.