Voters Face Tough Decision on POJA

Voters have a very difficult decision to make now that the Michigan Supreme Court has approved the so-called “Protect Our Jobs” Amendment for the Nov. 6 ballot.

“Right now, it’s with the voters,” Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio told Reuters and CNBC. “They can vote for it and give Michigan to the special interests … or against and leave the power where it should be, with the state’s elected representatives.”

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Vernuccio told The Detroit News that POJA could “fundamentally change how Michigan is governed” because it would make unions more powerful than the Legislature.

He explains it further in this video.

Vernuccio also discussed the matter on "The Tony Conley Show" on WILS AM1320 in Lansing.

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