right to work
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer also signed a bill restoring the state’s “prevailing wage” law to boost pay on government-funded projects.
This would be the first time in 60 years that a state rolled back a right-to-work law that was already in effect.
The Democratic senator is renewing her push to nullify the state laws aimed at weakening labor unions.
The Massachusetts senator is the first presidential candidate to weigh in on remarks by Gov. Ralph Northam that angered liberals across the country.
Corporate interests aren't giving up, though.
But GOP candidate Rick Saccone also claimed to be unions' "biggest salesman."
And that's just what it'll do.
It would be the 27th state ― and the last in the South ― to go right-to-work.
Labor Day is a celebration of workers' accomplishments in America, and represents the best parts of our nation's devotion to protecting our workers from corporate abuse.