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Unions Seek Contracts Ahead of Right-to-Work Law


LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - Some unions in Michigan are working to get new contracts approved before the state's Right-to-Work law takes effect.

The law, passed late last year, takes effect March 27th. It bans unions from imposing mandatory dues or fees for members. Contracts in place before the law takes effect are immune from the new rules.

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