A reporter with The Michigan Messenger contacted two college professors in response to an Op-Ed that Paul Kersey, labor policy director, wrote for The Detroit News.

Both professors agreed with Kersey who, in relating his recent study on the Michigan Public Employee Relations Act, said the refusal by unions to renegotiate contracts could force the city of Detroit to declare bankruptcy.

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