Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio was cited in both the Los Angeles Times and The New York Times this week about union political spending Proposal 2, a union-backed initiative that would impact some 170 state laws and cost taxpayers at least $1.6 billion annually.

“Besides the presidential race, Proposal 2 is probably going to be the most significant thing on the ballot nationally,” Vernuccio told The New York Times. “The nation is on a teeter right now on union matters, and Michigan will give momentum to one side or the other depending on how this plays out.”

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