LANSING, Mich., Dec 11 (Reuters) - The Michigan House of Representatives on Tuesday gave final approval to a second "right-to-work" law covering private sector union workers such as the automotive industry, after earlier passing a separate law on public sector workers. The Republican-majority House passed the private sector law by a vote of 58 to 52. "Right-to-work" laws make membership of a union and payment of dues voluntary. Their approval in Michigan, the ...
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