Mich. High Court Won't Weigh In On Right-To-Work Laws

Law360, New York (July 8, 2013, 6:40 PM ET) -- The Michigan Supreme Court on Friday refused Gov. Rick Snyder's request that the court issue an advisory opinion on the constitutionality of Michigan’s new right-to-work laws, which prohibit requiring nonunion workers to pay union fees. 

The governor asked the court for an advisory opinion on a pair of newly passed laws  —  one that addressed public-sector workers and one affecting the private sector — in January under a provision of the state Constitution that permits the government to seek an opinion on the constitutionality of a...
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