If Indiana passes right-to-work legislation as expected, it could force Michigan legislators to do the same, a Mackinac Center analyst told The Detroit News.

“In the past year, there has been a surge of grass-roots activity promoting (right-to-work) here,” Michael LaFaive, director of the Center’s Morey Fiscal Policy Initiative, said. “Watching Indiana drain off Michigan manufacturers may finally force the politicians’ hands.”


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