Mich. sees more protests 1 day after right-to-work bills signed into law
More protests take place after GOP makes union fortress of Michigan a right-to-work state
Protests are taking place a day after Republicans converted Michigan from a seemingly impregnable fortress of organized labor into a right-to-work state.
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Protestors covered their mouths with tape Wednesday in Lansing with the words "$1,500 less" written on it in reference to wage cuts they expect.
Silent protests also took place in Saginaw and were planned elsewhere.
~Protestors at the state Capitol in Lansing on Tuesday~
In Detroit, dozens of noisy protesters entered a state of Michigan office building to voice their opposition to right-to-work.
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The state House swiftly approved two bills reducing unions' strength Tuesday, one dealing with private-sector workers and the other with public employees, as thousands of furious protesters at the state Capitol roared in vain.
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder signed the measures into law within hours, calling them "pro-worker and pro-Michigan."
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