White Lake-Highland Patch will provide live updates from Lansing on Tuesday as the state Legislature considers right-to-work legislation.
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Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced last week that he would put right-to-work on his agenda.
Following Snyder's announcement, Republicans in the Legislature put bills forward in both houses, prompting protests in Lansing by union groups, including the UAW.
More protests at the Capitol are expected Tuesday as the Legislature again takes up the proposed legislation.
Check back Tuesday at 9 a.m. for the latest news and views from the Capitol, and let us know what you think by leaving a comment. Or, join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #righttowork.
Read more on right-to-work legislation:
- Gov. Rick Snyder Wants Right-to-Work Legislation
- Sound Off on Right-to-Work Legislation
- Michigan Legislature Passes Right-to-Work Bill
- Dearborn UAW Joins Lansing Protests Over Right-to-Work
- Dearborn Legislators: Right-to-Work Passage Unacceptable, Appalling
- Local Union President: 'Right-To-Work is an Assault On the Middle Class'
- State Reps. Goike, Forlini Break GOP Ranks, Vote Against Right-to-Work Bill
- What Do You Think About Right to Work Legislation?
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