Wright on Sunday Morning Program Talking RTW

Recent decision gives workers greater freedom

Patrick J. Wright, the Mackinac Center’s vice president for legal affairs, was a guest on “Let it Rip” on WJBK-TV2 in Detroit Sunday, discussing a labor law judge’s decision last week that, if upheld, will allow public-sector union members to leave their union at any time. Currently, several unions have arbitrary ‘windows’ that limit members’ freedom to certain times of the year.

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