Teachers unions throughout Michigan are privately exploring options for delaying implementation of the state’s recently approved right-to-work law.
The law, which was passed late last year by a Republican legislature and approved by Republican Gov. Rick Snyder, weakens unions by giving employees the option not to join them. But it doesn’t take effect until March 27, giving unions time to negotiate new contracts that will require their members to keep paying dues for years to come.

Michigan faculty unions may escape right-to-work law | The Daily Caller.

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