Michigan’s Right-to-Work law guarantees workers the right to decide whether they want to belong to a union. It was enacted in 2012 and fueled economic growth that brought Michigan out of a lost decade, proving Right-to-Work is crucial if our state wants to attract new industries, compete with our neighboring states, and keep our economy strong. The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) in Michigan is the leading advocacy association for small businesses and has consistently supported worker freedom through Right-To-Work.
- Worker freedom leads to greater economic growth and prosperity for all Michiganders. A strong economy is essential to help Michigan small businesses and entrepreneurs thrive and provide good-paying jobs.
- Now, special interest groups in Lansing want to force Michigan’s workers once again to pay for and join unions they do not support. Michiganders should not have to choose between joining a union or losing their job.
- For the first time in 40 years, both the Michigan House and Senate do not have pro-small business majorities. The newly elected Legislature, at the urging of union bosses, has introduced bills that would repeal the state’s Right-to-Work law (House Bills 4004-5 and Senate Bills 5 & 34).
Small businesses support worker freedom and strongly oppose efforts to force unionization. We need you to contact your legislators now and urge them to protect worker freedom.
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