Continuing Coverage: Right to Work Bills Shake State Capitol
9 and 10 News has a crew in Lansing this morning covering the latest details on the Right to Work Bills.
The bills could be handed to Governor Snyder as soon as today.
If signed, the bills will ban Unions for collecting dues from non-members and forcing people to join the Union.
It's something Unions say weakens their organizations and worker rights.
But, republicans believe making Michigan a Right to Work state will encourage job growth.
If the bills pass through the State House and Senate, Governor Snyder will have 14 days to sign them.