Unions Push to Protect the 3 Percent

Unions in Michigan are pushing for a radical constitutional amendment that would benefit the 3 percent of state residents who are unionized at the state, local and school levels at the expense of everyone else, according to a commentary by Labor Policy Director Vincent Vernuccio in The American Spectator.

Vernuccio also discussed the matter in an interview on FTR Radio. Mackinac Center President Jospeh G. Lehman was quoted in Reason on the issue.

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