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Wed December 11, 2013
It's been one year, has right-to-work changed Michigan?
It was one year ago this day that the State Legislature and Governor Rick Snyder passed a set of bills into law that made some very contentious history in our State.
On December 11th, 2012, Michigan became the nation's 24th right-to-work state.
The laws took effect in March, making it illegal to force workers to pay union dues or union fees as a condition of employment.
One year later, has right-to-work changed Michigan?
We were joined for this discussion by Michigan State University economist Charley Ballard, and, from the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Wendy Block.
Listen to the full interview above.
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