U-M Students Shut Out of Court Hearing

Hundreds of graduate students at the University of Michigan who object to being forced into a union won’t be able to argue their case before an administrative law judge after the Michigan Employment Relations Commission ruled against them, according to the Detroit Free Press and Michigan Radio. AnnArbor.com also covered the results, as did MIRS and Gongwer. Patrick Wright, director of the Mackinac Center Legal Foundation, discussed the case on WJR AM760's "The Frank Beckmann Show."

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