On their article on Detroit unions facing challenges in the proposed consent deal, cnbc.com cites the Mackinac Center's Director of Labor Policy, Paul Kersey, in regards to collective bargaining for government employees. The financial stability agreement, being debated by Major Dave Bing and Gov. Rick Snyder, would "nullify recently ratified pay, benefits and pension concessions."


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