Michigan Gov. Faces 'Right to Work' Choice

The scene in Michigan today is a familiar one. A Republican governor from a Midwest industrial state supports legislation that stymies the influence of labor unions. If the bill is signed today by Gov. Rick Snyder, Michigan will become the 24th state to adopt a right-to-work law--and the strong opposition from labor groups and union workers in response echoes what we saw in Madison, Wisconsin in 2011. Get more pure politics at ABCNews.com/Politics and a lighter take on the news at...Full Story
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