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    Posted December 11, 2012 by
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    Winning with the "Right to Work" in Michigan

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     DaElmersBack, responding to recent union protests in his state, told me, 'Living in Michigan, I believe I have the right to apply where I want. So many times while looking in the paper, I have scratched off places that require union membership to apply. I can't imagine how many jobs will be available now to anyone willing to apply for them. This ends discrimination against American workers. In the ‘30s unions were needed, but 80 years later we have more rights than ever. I think Unions are the problem, the high wages they demand for their workers result in lower paying jobs elsewhere. This is a good thing for Michigan workers.' Check out these photos of the protests.
    - hhanks, CNN iReport producer

    The "right to work" is just now becoming reality in Michigan? I think this is a good thing! We all should have the right to work where we want to apply, we shouldn't have to pay anyone to get or keep a job.

     

    Thanks for giving our "Right to Work" rights back!

    See this iReport I posted last week-

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-892263

     

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