Tue Nov 27, 2012, 06:43 PM
geefloyd46 (1,939 posts)
4 replies, 1261 views
Michigan Chamber of Commerce says no to "right-to-work" (Original post)
Response to geefloyd46 (Original post)
Tue Nov 27, 2012, 09:12 PM
99th_Monkey (19,326 posts)
3. Woot! WTF? are people waking up to that we're all connected?
and that our economy is healthier when workers actually have some money to spend
in the marketplace? Can this be true?
Response to 99th_Monkey (Reply #3)
Tue Nov 27, 2012, 10:02 PM
freshwest (53,661 posts)
4. It's said that somc local and state CoC's severed ties with the USCoC after the 2010 elections.
People were angry about out of state and foreign money goign against the laws they wanted in their states. What amazes me about Michigan is that they have GOP Governor, etc. in charge yet it seems they would solid Democratic. A rural or perhaps religious element is in play there.
I think RTW for less laws are bad. particularly if unions are not encouraged to organize and labor laws not strictly enforced. And that is usually how it is. That is what brings everyone/s standard of living up and it's good for business.