Businessman Dick DeVos credited the Mackinac Center, the business community and key legislators for getting a right-to-work law passed in Michigan in a recent speech at the Heritage Foundation, according to The Detroit News.
Among other things, DeVos noted decreasing union membership as one reason why Gov. Rick Snyder and the Legislature pursued “Freedom to Work.”
Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio discussed falling union numbers on “Stateside” Monday afternoon on Michigan Public Radio.
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