Right-to-work states have more job growth and wage growth than forced unionism states, Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio told The Washington Times.

“Michigan is the only state in the country during the last census to lose population,” he added. “Forced unionism is even hurting itself and its stronghold.”

Vernuccio also discussed the issue on “The Lucy Ann Lance Show” on WLBY AM1290 in Ann Arbor this morning.

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