Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio explains in The Detroit News today that a right-to-work law in Michigan would “not affect collective bargaining in any other way except for prohibiting a union from getting a worker fired for not paying them.”

Vernuccio also pointed out that a University of Oregon study about the impact of right-to-work in Oklahoma, which passed such a law in 2001, is not entirely accurate.

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