Amid heated protests at the state house in Lansing, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed the right-to-work measure on Tuesday evening, making his state the 24th open-shop state in the country.
The legislation prevents Michigan companies from signing labor agreements where unions extract mandatory dues from its members.
Before Snyder signed the legislation, host Carmen Russell-Sluchansky spoke with Jack Lessenberry, a senior political analysts for Michigan Public Radio, to get the latest update on the legislation.
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In part two, Russell-Sluchansky spoke with Tim Greimel, the Democratic Leader-elect in the Michigan state House of Representatives, to discuss the state of the right-to-work battle.
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