Governor Rick Snyder presents his second state of the state speech Wednesday night.
While the governor has expressed reluctance to pursue a right to work agenda, which would get rid of compulsory union dues, others in Republican leadership still express a desire to pursue that agenda.
Michigan AFL-CIO president, Karla Swift spoke with Michigan Radio's Jennifer White in advance of Gov. Snyder's State of the State address.
Swift said the AFL-CIO should be in Lansing "at the table with all of the stake holders in planning the future for Michigan."