LANSING, Mich., Dec 6 (Reuters) - Governor Rick Snyder said on Thursday that he wanted Michigan to be the 24th state to adopt a "right-to-work" law making payment of union dues optional, a move expected to spark a bitter fight with organized labor in the home of the U.S. auto industry. Michigan, home to the United Auto Workers, would become the second state in the industrial heartland of the United States to adopt such a law after Indiana did it earlier in 2012. ...
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