Four Additional Michigan Workers File State Charges Alleging Unions' Right to Work Law Violations 

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Four Additional Michigan Workers File State Charges Alleging Unions' Right to Work Law Violations

Michigan union officials stonewall workers' attempts to refrain from dues payments

Detroit, MI (March 21, 2014) – Four additional Michigan public employees from throughout the state have filed state charges against unions for violating their rights under Michigan's Right to Work law.

With free legal assistance from National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, three public school employees, Lindsey Bentley of Muskegan, Alphia Snyder of Battle Creek, and Mary Derks of Whitehall, and Tina House, a Lapeer County employee, each filed state charges last week with the Michigan Employment Relations Commission (MERC) in Detroit.

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