What's Really Behind Right-to-Work in Michigan?

John Loganbyline‚ Dec. 12‚ 2012

On Tuesday, Michigan became the nation's 24th state, and the most unionized state, to enact right-to-work legislation, which prohibits employers and unions from negotiating "union security agreements." Over twelve thousand protesters who had converged on the state capital in Lansing failed to dissuade Michiganšs Republican governor Rick Snyder from signing the anti-union legislation that will lower wages and worsen labor standards, but will do nothing to help the statešs economy or its workers.