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December 13, 2012


Groups Vow to Push Anti-Union Drive in Other States

Conservative groups "that supported Michigan's new 'right to work' law -- winning a stunning victory over unions, even in the heart of American labor -- vowed to replicate that success elsewhere," the Washington Post reports.

"National unions, caught flat-footed in the Wolverine State, pledged to offer fierce opposition wherever the idea crops up next. They consider the laws a direct attack on their finances and political clout at a time when labor influence is already greatly diminished."

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