U.S. Sen. Carl Levin and members of the state's U.S. House delegation met with Snyder on Monday in Detroit and urged him to veto the legislation or amend it to allow a statewide referendum. Levin said the governor pledged to "seriously consider" the requests.

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Ari Adler, spokesman for Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger, chided those in Washington for "trying to tell Republicans in Michigan to slow down and not do our job in Lansing while they fail to resolve the nation's fiscal cliff crisis or even approve a budget."

IMAGES: Protestors surge in Lansing

Published On: Dec 11 2012 11:03:18 AM EST   Updated On: Dec 11 2012 04:15:31 PM EST
Aerial view of protestors at Capital building in Lansing

Thousands are at Michigan's Capitol to voice their opinion on right-to-work bills in the state.

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