Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Michigan Union Goons Want Their Money

The idea behind the right-to-work laws is that unions cannot require employees to become members, nor can they require payment of union dues or fees as a condition of employment either before or after hiring. The right a person has to work without preconditions.

In Michigan, that right was being voted upon. Unions object to the right-to-work because it takes money out of their coffers. No condition for a worker to join a union, no members. No dues, no money.


Unions use that money for the most part to influence politicians to vote for their causes. Much like Barack Obama and his political record in support of unions.

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Michigan capital turns into mob scene in right-to-work fight - Conservative News