Right-to-Work in Michigan

Happy one-year anniversary!

Michigan embraced worker freedom one year ago today with the adoption of a right-to-work law, becoming the 24th state in the nation to do so. Mackinac Center analysts had called for the state to allow workers to be free from financially supporting a union as a condition of employment for two decades.


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