Right-to-work repeal passes in Michigan Senate

Vote was passed by Michigan House last week

LANSING, Mich. – The state Senate has just voted to repeal Michigan’s right-to-work law.

The vote passed along party lines Tuesday (March 14) night. It was passed by the Michigan House last week.

Right-to-Work bans a requirement that workers pay union dues to be employed. It took effect a decade ago under Republican Governor Rick Snyder.

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