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The Mackinac Center discovers that the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters uses non-union labor to protest a Grand Rapids-area businessman. What's worse, the union has even recruited demonstrators who frequent local homeless shelters, including a shelter which gets help from the very same businessman targeted by the union. Read the full story.
This video follows up on our previous video exposition of "bannering," a new method being deployed by Big Labor bosses who wish to continue exerting their influence over a marketplace where employers, customers and workers have turned sharply against using union labor.
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