Wall Street Journal Cites Center on RTW Statistics

The Wall Street Journal in an editorial cites Mackinac Center research showing that Michigan has lost more than 7,000 jobs since neighboring Indiana became a right-to-work state. The Hoosier State, however, has added more than 43,000 jobs during the same time.

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