* Governor signs bills into law * "The day Michigan freed its workers," supporter says * Opponents vow to overturn the laws * Laws may take effect in April By Bernie Woodall LANSING, Mich., Dec 11 (Reuters) - Michigan enacted a ban on mandatory union membership on Tuesday, dealing a stunning blow to organized labor in the state that is home to U.S. automakers and the symbol of industrial labor in the United States. ...
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