Michigan Supreme Court refuses to rule early on right-to-work
On Friday, the Michigan Supreme Court said it would not make an early ruling on the constitutionality of the state's new right-to-work law. Governor Snyder had asked the high court to decide the issue before the case made its way through lower courts.
The law was passed last December during a very controversial lame-duck legislative session. Under the law, workers cannot be forced to pay union dues or fees as a condition of employment.
Chris Gautz, the Capitol Correspondent for Crain's Detroit Business joined us today to help break it down for us.
Listen to the full interview above.