Right to Work becomes law in Michigan, now the 24th Right to Work state in U.S.

Hurray for Michigan. Freedom to choose has now becomes state law:

FOX NEWS – The Michigan Legislature on Tuesday gave final approval to contentious “right-to-work” legislation, in the face of raucous protests in the capital and stern warnings from Democratic lawmakers.

There will be blood, there will be repercussions,” State Democratic Rep. Douglas Geiss, speaking on the House floor on Tuesday, warned ahead of the votes.

The final votes on the House side Tuesday deliver a blow to the labor movement in the heart of the U.S. auto industry. The measures ban unions from demanding dues from workers.

One bill dealt with public sector workers, the other with government employees. Both measures cleared the Senate last week, and were signed by Republican Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday afternoon.



Because of the Union thugs, State Troopers wearing riot gear are now surrounding the governor’s office building. Watch Mike Tobin’s report below on the violent protests in Michigan today:

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