RTW Possible in Three More States

Vernuccio cited in national story

An Associated Press story about the potential for worker freedom laws to be passed in Ohio, Oregon and Missouri that cites Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio has been posted by no fewer than 60 media outlets nationwide, including The Washington Post, St. Louis Dispatch and The Oregonian.

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“What we’re seeing is a lot of states are looking and saying, ‘Hey, if Michigan can do it, why can’t we?’” Vernuccio said.

Vernuccio has been invited by groups in several states to talk about Michigan’s experience in getting a right-to-work law.


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