Fiscal Policy Director Michael LaFaive highlighted his newly released study on the economic impact right-to-work laws have on states, explaining to the Detroit Free Press that it takes about a decade for growth to begin.

Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio told both Crain’s Detroit Business and The Detroit News that since right-to-work took effect in Michigan, unions have rejected the chance to reform in order to better represent workers and instead are turning to the same old tactics of intimidation and politicking.

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