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Mon February 6, 2012
Unions, politics, and right-to-work
With the passage of so called right-to-work laws in Indiana, some Michigan lawmakers are now calling for those laws in Michigan.
Lawmakers in support of right-to-work laws say they’ll make Michigan a more business friendly environment.
Opponents call it union busting and an effort to weaken unions’ political power.
Michigan Radio’s political analyst, Jack Lessenberry gives us a historical perspective.