Michigan governor Richard Snyder signed Tuesday two "Right to Work" bills into law amid angry protests. These laws make it illegal to force workers to join a union or pay union dues in order to get a job.
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Angry crowds descended on the state capital building protesting the passage of those bills.
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OutFront tonight: CNN's Poppy Harlow in Lansing, Michigan and CNN Contributor John Avlon.
And I wouldn't be so sure that Indiana will stay such a red state for that much longer...
Maybe right-to-work would be more palatable if it was coupled w some minimum wage adjustment for cost-of-living increases. It's like there's more jobs, but they pay less, so you may have an accountant getting paid like a bartender. It's definitely better than not working, but the problem is that on the lower wage it's more cost effective for many to just keep taking unemployment benefits.