Michael LaFaive, director of the Center’s Morey Fiscal Policy Initiative, was quoted in an Alpena News editorial over the weekend about the impact on Michigan now that Indiana has extended right-to-work protections to its workers.

“I worry that without a right-to-work law of our own, Indiana will grow at Michigan’s expense,” LaFaive said.

Indiana already outpaces Michigan in a number of areas, which can be seen in commentaries by Mackinac Center experts here, here and here.

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