right to work

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Mother Jones reporter Andy Kroll takes a look at how a "conservative pipe dream" became reality in Michigan. 

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When Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation making Michigan the 24th "right to work" state it was a blow to the labor movement. 

The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled in August that state employees are covered by the law.

Survey was conducted by Center for Local, State and Urban Policy at the University of Michigan

No examples of businesses coming to state because of new law. Unions report few defections