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December 12, 2012


What's Next for Labor in Michigan?

Organized labor and its allies essentially have two options to overturn the state's new "right-to-work" law signed yesterday by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R).

First Read: "First, they have filed legal actions charging that the process violated the state's Open Meetings Act... Second, critics say they could overturn it by passing a voter-initiated law, which would require getting 258,000 signatures to get on the ballot. And, of course, there's 2014, when Snyder is up for re-election."

Fox News: Snyder braces for union backlash.












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