Monday, December 10, 2012

Dems are bent over Michigan's "right to work" law

Michigan's congressional delegation met Monday with Gov. Rick Snyder, asking him to veto or at least delay a vote on a "right to work" law moving through the state's legislature.

Democrats and organized labor groups have launched an all-out blitz they are hoping might halt legislation that would establish workers' rights to employment in a workplace without having to join a union. The Republican-held state legislature passed versions of the legislation last week, and are set to bring it up for final consideration as soon as Tuesday.
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1 comment:

The Anti-Gnostic said...

What the bloody hell did they expect? If you open the borders and cede control to trans-national organizations, what else is supposed to happen? American workers WILL be put in competition with the global poor for wages. Maybe they should have thought this sort of thing thru when the Democrats decided to jettison the working class and become the homosexual-feminist-bureaucrat party.