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Michigan Likely To Become A Right-To-Work State

Dec 7, 2012 (Morning Edition / Michigan Radio) — The Michigan House and Senate have passed the legislation in different versions, and may take final action on the bills next week. Michigan could become the 24th state to say workers cannot be forced to pay union dues even if they work for a business or government employer with union representation.

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