The state House has passed a controversial right-to-work bill and sent it to the state Senate.
Protestors have filled the halls and Rotunda of the state Capitol for a second day as the Legislature prepares to vote on measures to make Michigan a right-to-work state.
It was a day of intense lobbying at the state Capitol on Tuesday as opponents and supporters turned out to argue on whether Michigan should become a right-to-work state.
Governor Rick Snyder says he’d like to avoid re-visiting contentious issues like right-to-work and local government takeovers now that the 2012 election is over.
A coalition of business organizations has asked Secretary of State Ruth Johnson to block a measure from the November ballot.