MI Supreme Court To Hear Right To Work Case
The Michigan Supreme Court announced that they will hear oral arguments on the state’s controversial right-to-work law and determine if it applies to state employees this January.
Michigan Coalition of State Employee Unions brought the case to the Michigan Supreme Court. The Michigan Coalition of State Employee Unions said Michigan's right-to-work law, passed in the 2012 lame duck session, does not apply to state employees. The group is pointing to Michigan's constitution, which they believe gives oversight authority solely to the Michigan Civil Service Commission. Back in 2013, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled against the employee unions.
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