Right-to-work is often misunderstood, but its benefits are clear. Polls of Michigan voters consistently show strong support for the law. Right-to-work offers better economic conditions for workers and state residents while fostering quintessential American values of free speech and free association. It creates better unions that are more responsive to their members, which in turn leads to better results for all represented workers, including those who don’t join the union. In short, right-to-work creates widespread benefits for state economies, for workers and even for unions themselves.