Graduate student research assistants at the University of Michigan have been denied by the Michigan Court of Appeals a chance to express their opposition to being unionized, according to the Detroit Free Press.

The Mackinac Center Legal Foundation, representing the students opposed to the unionization, filed a motion with the CoA earlier this month. The Michigan Employment Relations Commission has assigned the matter to an administrative law judge for a hearing that begins Feb. 1. Only parties that favor unionization will be allowed to testify.


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