“It’s historic,” he said. “For the last 25 years, the Mackinac Center has said right-to-work is right for Michigan. It’s a huge policy that gives workers freedom.
Vernuccio said the law will benefit workers and the state with more population growth, more jobs and lower unemployment.”
He also pointed out that unions will still be able to bargain for things such as wages, hours and working conditions.
“Now, they’ll have to prove their worth to their members.”