Dozens of union members and others are protesting against Michigan's new right-to-work law outside a Detroit building where Gov. Rick Snyder has a scheduled appearance.
Michigan became the nation's 24th right-to-work state when the new law took effect at midnight, and Dwight Jarrett isn't happy about it.
Toting a "Snyder (equals) Snake" sign, the 52-year-old Detroiter rallied with others Thursday morning outside the Detroit Athletic Club.
The law means Michigan workers can choose not to financially support unions that bargain on their behalf.
Union organizers are asking people to wear red Thursday in protest.
One who didn't was a man in a suit and oversized papier-mâché Snyder head.
He was flipping pancakes in a skillet — an ode to the "Pancakes & Politics" event the Republican governor was attending inside.