Michigan public employees

8:14 pm
Tue April 23, 2013

State House Republicans drop proposed penalties for contracts approved before "right to work" law

Lead in text: 
University of Michigan and Wayne State University among institutions that approved contracts shortly before law took effect
LANSING - Controversial language that would have punished public school districts, universities, community colleges and local units of government that approved union contracts before the right-to-work law went into effect was dropped by the state House of Representatives as it began debating the budgets for schools and the rest of government Tuesday.