Labor Policy Director Paul Kersey in a Detroit News Op-Ed today questions the legitimacy of public-sector unions' concerns over Public Act 4, given their own history of undemocratic behavior.

Kersey points out that very few government union employees ever get a chance to actually vote for or against their union. He also addresses concerns about the emergency manager law in this recent blog post.


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