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Stanley Greer

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Researcher and Editor for the National Right-to-Work Committee, based in the Washington, DC area

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On Tuesday, Michigan became the 24th state to  pass right-to-work laws , which prevent unions from compelling workers to pay union dues.

Michigan's Right-to-Work Laws and the American Middle Class

On Tuesday, Michigan became the 24th state to pass right-to-work laws , which prevent unions from compelling workers to pay union dues.

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On Tuesday, Michigan became the 24th state to  pass right-to-work laws , which prevent unions from compelling workers to pay union dues.

Michigan's Right-to-Work Laws and the American Middle Class

On Tuesday, Michigan became the 24th state to pass right-to-work laws , which prevent unions from compelling workers to pay union dues.

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