A metro-Detroit mayor is offering free bumper stickers to people opposed to Michigan’s new right-to-work law, according to The Detroit News.

“If he wants to prevent workers’ freedom from coming to Michigan, then that’s his own prerogative,” Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio told The News. “If he wants to go back to the days of forced unionism … he’s free to do so — as long as he isn’t using taxpayer funds.”

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts said taxpayer dollars were not used to print the bumper stickers, although he is publicizing that people call his office within city hall to obtain the bumper stickers.


Related Articles:

Watch Vernuccio Discuss Labor Reform at Heritage

Vernuccio and Bowman Author Wall Street Journal Op-Ed

Today in History

The Detroit News Points to Mackinac Center Research

Wright Discusses Right-to-Work Decision with State Media

How Right-to-Work Can Make Unions Stronger

Share More …