Mich. Right-To-Work Law Treads On Federal Turf, Union Says

Law360, New York (January 28, 2014, 6:26 PM EST) -- The Michigan State AFL-CIO urged a federal court Friday to reject Michigan Attorney General William Schuette's bid to dismiss a suit challenging a state right-to-work law covering private sector workers, claiming the Michigan statute strays into areas that are exclusively subject to federal regulation.   

The Wolverine State's attorney general and other Michigan officials filed their motion to have the suit thrown out in April, arguing that the plaintiffs' claim that the National Labor Relations Act preempted the right-to-work statute was bunk and faulting the plaintiffs for...
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