What Changes In Right-To-Work States?

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Rick Pluta, managing editor and State Capitol bureau chief, Michigan Public Radio Network
Gerry Dick, host, Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick
Michael Kazin, Georgetown University professor and co-editor of Dissent Magazine
James Sherk, senior policy analyst in labor economics, Heritage Foundation

The Michigan House approved two measures that would make the state the 24th in the nation to enact right-to-work legislation. Protesters continue to gather at the State Capitol in opposition to legislation that will likely weaken unions in the home of the United Auto Workers.

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