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Good morning when he speaks in Michigan today President Obama will find himself stepping into the middle of a very heated debate between the unions.
And those who want to make Michigan are right to work state.
Hundreds of union workers responding to Michigan's Republican controlled legislature's push to make Michigan the 24 right to work state.
The vote takes place Tuesday and GOP lawmakers are expected to pass it.
Governor Rick Snyder who once called such legislation divisive is now backing the plan.
That's -- solely focused on their relationship and shouldn't people have the opportunity to say they want to -- or not.
The second he says is I think this can be good for economic development for more better jobs coming to Michigan.
But union workers disagree with the governor they argue that Michigan was built on unions.
And they claim the GOP majority state legislature is making an attack on the middle class.
-- and Tuesday it's important because they're gonna try to reconcile those bills.
And the governor who said he didn't want the legislation now also on -- -- -- so.
To attack on working families.
Over the weekend union organizers continue to prepare their members for taking to the streets this week.
Staging demonstrations beginning today against the measure if the vote does go through they say it will hurt organized labor.
But Republican governor Rick Snyder says the right to work measure is not about hurting unions but about giving workers the freedom to choose if they want to beat a union member.
He adds he views it as pro worker legislation.
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