Congratulations Michiganites. You now have the big boot of Labor lifted from your bac

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  1. Grampa Murked U
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    You can now join other states who have moved into the current century and are attracting business and jobs at a much faster rate than states under the boot of union thugery.
     
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    One could hope:)
     
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    LMAO.

    Yep everything is fixed and jobs will roar!
     
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    Watch the union workforce shrink from 17%....
     
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    This is actually huge.

    Michigan will see the floodgates of jobs, just like neighboring Indiana. Ohio will want some of that.

    Death blow for Big Labor.
     
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    Yeah, there's a guy I met recently who has moved here from Detroit to work on the new VA hospital... he doesn't paint a pretty picture of the scene in MI... he said it sucks.

    He and his wife love it here, and they are contemplating staying.,
     
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    Hardly. But we knew most democrats had no idea how to start the ball rolling on job creation. This is a step in the right direction.

    Unions comprise only 9% of the workforce nation wide yet they weild the power of the majority. Well, not for much longer.
     
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    To her credit, former MI governor Jenny Granholm used to parade around the country begging various company's to choose our great state as the place for them to implement their expansion plans for factories and whatnot, but had very little success at it. And invariably in follow up stories you'd learn XYZ, Inc. selected a right-to-work state instead. So the new law should help the state a lot in attracting new businesses. And it's all because the voters told unions to shove it last November. Kudos to them!
     
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    Don't cut their food stamps. With those minimum wage jobs, they are going to need them.
     
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    Yup. More workers, lower wages, no benefits.

    How right wing of you.
     

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