Michigan 1st state in decades to repeal 'right-to-work' law


There's been an advance for organized labor in Michigan. I Norman hall. Michigan longed on as a mainstay of organized labor has become the first state in decades to repeal the union restricting law known as right to work. The state's right to work law had allowed those in unionized workplaces to opt out of paying union dues and fees, repealing the right to work law enacted in 2012 at long been listed as a top priority for Democrats who took control of the full state government this year for the first time in 40 years. Michigan had the nation's 7th highest percentage of unionized workers when right to work went into effect in 2012, but that dropped to 11th and 2022. In total, 26 states now have right to work laws in place. I Norman hall

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