Today, Michigan becomes the nation's 24th right-to-work state. It's the second in the Midwest, after Indiana.
The law was passed with much controversy and thousands of demonstrators packing in and around the state Capitol last December.
A new poll out today shows that Michiganders are deeply divided over the new law.
Michigan State University’s “State of the State Survey” asked more than a thousand people whether they thought right-to-work would be good for Michigan’s economy.
42 percent said it would be good and 41 percent said it would be bad, while 16 percent said right-to-work would have no effect on Michigan’s economy.
Charley Ballard, economist at MSU, directs the survey and he filled us in on what the percentages look like and what people really think about right-to-work.
Listen to the full interview above.