Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio was cited in The Wall Street Journal today about the introduction of right-to-work legislation in Lansing.

"Right-to-work is a big sign that Michigan is open for business," he said.

The Royal Oak Daily Tribune, Macomb Daily and Oakland Press also cited Vernuccio in stories today about Gov. Rick Snyder calling for the Michigan Legislature to pass a right-to-work bill.

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“Right-to-work does not affect collective bargaining in any way except to take away unions’ ability to fire workers for not paying them,” he said. “It makes unions accountable to their members. Unions will no longer be able to bolster their political power by taking money from people who don’t support their agenda.”


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