AFSCME union representative Robyn Price says it is obvious what's going on here.
"The long-term effect is this is union-busting at its best. And you don't go in and say, 'I don't want a union, but I take all your revenue away.' So how can you survive?" said Price.
Rainbow PUSH chief Pastor D. Alexander Bullock gathered fellow pastors at his Bethany Baptist church in Detroit to figure out a future game plan.
"Indeed, we think that we can still convince (Gov. Rick Snyder) to veto," Bullock said. "But this is an issue for the greater community."
There is no veto coming as Snyder likely is to sign the right-to-work law either Wednesday or Thursday. It may take that long for the legislation to reach his desk.
"Unfortunately, because of Proposal 2 and that whole process, it got highlighted enough. Now, let's just try to treat each other with respect and get through this difficult time," said Snyder.