LANSING (WKZO) -- A new survey shows nearly half of Michigan's local leaders don't support a right-to-work exception. That exception applies to police and firefighters' unions. The study found only 26-percent of over 1,850 local governments support the exception. Governor Rick Snyder said last year he approved the exception because these groups needs special bonds to do their work.
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