(Source: Michigan Advance, March 15, 2023)
A committee room and both lobbies of the Michigan Senate’s office building were jammed to the brim early Tuesday morning as more than a hundred workers — many sporting union jackets — watched a Democratic-led Senate panel debate and then adopt several landmark pro-union bills. Hours later, many of them packed the chamber gallery while the full Senate adopted three of the key measures to reverse the controversial 2012 Right to Work laws and to reverse the 2018 prevailing wage repeal. That follows action in the lower chamber last week.
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