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We must defend our Right to Work

In 2010, Michigan was ranked dead last in economic growth compared to other states around our nation. My colleagues and I worked hard on a plan to turn our economy around and make Michigan more competitive. This plan prioritized policies that empowered workers and individuals to make their own choices and supported small businesses across our state. Now, legislation has been working through Lansing that would move our state in the wrong direction by reinstating prevailing wage policies and repealing Right to Work. Despite all the progress we have made, Democrats continue to bulldoze ahead with plans that would suffocate economic development in our state by returning to the failed policies of the Lost Decade.

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