Michigan's Governor, Speaker of the House and Senate Majority Leader today announced that they would be pursuing Right-to-Work legislation in the state's lame duck session. With strong Republican majorities in both chambers, it is expected that the bill will pass, especially with leadership and the governor supporting the idea.
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