How Big Labor Plans to Fight Michigan’s Right-to-Work Law

Neither blocks the law from remaining on the books until
voters go back to the polls in 2014.Thats the key, right there.Let’s see how many people drop their union membership now that
its voluntary. If not many do, then what’s the need to repeal this
law?If a bunch do, then obviously they weren’t in the union
voluntarily, and now we’re goint to pass a law to force them back
in? That will be a tough sell. I seem to recall that in WI, the
pubsecs ran for the door as soon as they got the chance.As a purely technical question, I wonder if repeal of the RTW
law would mean that all those closed shop contract provisions
suddenly snap back into effect, or if they have been effectively
deleted from the contracts, so the union would have to “negotiate”
them back in.

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How Big Labor Plans to Fight Michigan’s Right-to-Work Law

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