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Thousands of Unions Workers Protest Michigan Right-to-Work Lawi
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Brian Padden
December 12, 2012 1:21 AM
In the Midwestern city of Lansing, Michigan, Tuesday, labor supporters rallied to protest the passage of a Republican-sponsored "right-to-work" law -- which would limit the influence of organized labor, a key constituency of the Democratic party. VOA's Brian Padden reports the legislation could change the balance of power between workers and management for the entire country.

Thousands of Unions Workers Protest Michigan Right-to-Work Law

Brian Padden

Published December 11, 2012

In the Midwestern city of Lansing, Michigan, Tuesday, labor supporters rallied to protest the passage of a Republican-sponsored "right-to-work" law -- which would limit the influence of organized labor, a key constituency of the Democratic party. VOA's Brian Padden reports the legislation could change the balance of power between workers and management for the entire country.


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