The Michigan Right to Work Committee is a grassroots citizen action network of Michiganders dedicated to the proposition that no worker should be forced to join a union or pay union dues just to keep a job.
Over the last decade, Right to Work states saw more than twice as much job growth compared to forced-unionism states. Additionally, while Michigan's Right to Work law was in place, Michigan workers saw over $5,500 more in real personal income than those in forced unionism states.
And taxpayers in forced unionism states bear the brunt of forced unionism in the form of fewer jobs, higher taxes, and worse public services.
We believe in ending forced unionism in all its forms by reinstating our state Right to Work Law, opposing union-only “project labor agreements,” and protecting public employees’ rights under the U.S. Supreme Court’s Janus decision.
To that end, our first priority is to inform and educate Right to Work supporters and the general public about the forced- unionism issue and to empower those same people to urge their elected officials and candidates to support Right to Work.
The Michigan Right to Work Committee is an independently-funded branch of the Mid-America Right to Work Committee, which coordinates efforts of Right to Work supporters throughout the Midwest, and works closely with the National Right to Work Committee to end forced unionism.
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