Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio today in The Bay City Times explains what a right-to-work law can accomplish.

“It’s historic,” he said. “For the last 25 years, the Mackinac Center has said right-to-work is right for Michigan. It’s a huge policy that gives workers freedom.

Vernuccio said the law will benefit workers and the state with more population growth, more jobs and lower unemployment.”

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He also pointed out that unions will still be able to bargain for things such as wages, hours and working conditions.

“Now, they’ll have to prove their worth to their members.”


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