Right-to-Work Lawsuit Featured in Hometown Life

Susan Bank's suit challenges legality of August Window

In September 2013, Susan Bank wanted to leave the MEA, but was told she had missed her opportunity for the year. The Mackinac Center Legal Foundation filed suit on her behalf, to challenge not only the legality of an opt-out period, but to determine whether the union had the responsibility to inform her of that period.

Hometown Life covered the MCLF's recent progress in the case, filing at the Michigan Court of Appeals.

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