(CBS DETROIT) — There’s a growing number of Starbucks workers voting to unionize in Michigan.

Ten locations have successfully voted to unionize, including five stores in Ann Arbor.

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The push came when workers in Buffalo, New York, started the coffee chain’s first U.S. union in 2021.

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About 15.3% of employed Michiganders currently are represented by unions.

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