Michigan (!) to be 24th right-to-work state?

It looks that way.

Michigan, considered the birthplace of the American organized labor movement, was on a fast track Thursday to becoming the nation’s 24th right-to-work state after the state House and Senate approved bills as part of a package to pass the law.

Labor and Democrats were pushing back hard against the Workplace Fairness and Equity Act, but the efforts seemed futile as the controversial measures moved like greased lightning — and without going through committees or public debate — and could land on Gov. Rick Snyder’s desk by next week.

Naturally, the parasitic goons are not happy. They are throwing their usual “hey hey ho ho” fits.

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3 Responses to Michigan (!) to be 24th right-to-work state?

  1. notamobster says:

    Yeah, I saw this. Awesome, ain’t it?

    This, after unions spent millions trying to enshrine union rights in our constitution – and being thoroughly spanked at the polls – it looks like people are coming to their senses in Michigan.

  2. RJ says:

    Priceless…unions bitch slapped on their own home turf. Doncha know I hate unions.

  3. John B. says:

    Be nice if Fox would run the image of a guy in a union shirt carrying a “Stop Right To Work” sign.

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