Unions are rushing to sign contracts before Michigan's right to work law takes effect this month.
But one county is worried Republicans might retaliate.
In Saginaw County, the biggest public union wants to get a 10-year contract signed ASAP.
If that happens before March 28th, it can still require workers to pay for union dues – which will be illegal under the new law.
But county officials say they’re afraid Republicans will yank state dollars from the county as retribution.
County commissioner Michael Hanley says that’s a risk they just can’t take