Patrick J. Wright, director of the Mackinac Center Legal Foundation, told MIRS Capitol Capsule that he will “monitor the situation” as the Service Employees International Union attempts to enshrine its forced unionization of home health aides.

“They recognize that there’s a movement for a legislative end to this and they have money to spend,” Wright said.

For more information about the SEIU scheme, see here.

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