The Service Employees International Union will no longer be able to skim dues from Medicaid subsidies that go to home health aides, according to the Detroit Free Press, Midland Daily News, MIRS Capitol Capsule and The Grand Rapids Press.

The SEIU took more than $30 million in dues over the last six years under the scheme. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette issued an opinion Friday saying the collection must end.


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