6:22 AM Eastern - Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Live From Lansing: Workers Say NO To Right-To-Work-For-Less In Michigan #default

RTW_MI.jpgMichigan is on the right track, but Governor Rick Snyder's failed leadership may have taken the state of Michigan off course. That's why Snyder and Republicans in Michigan quickly passed the so-called "Right-to-Work" bill through the legislature without allowing the voters an opportunity to voice their opinions.

As President Obama said in his remarks at the Detroit Diesel plant in Redford, Michigan yesterday, "What they're really talking about is giving you the right to work for less."

Today, thousands of workers from Michigan and across the nation are gathering to participate in a Day of Action at the State Capitol Building in Lansing, Michigan and we're covering all the action live on our Storify feed below.

We can't allow what happened in Wisconsin to happen in Michigan. There's no time to wait. The livelihood of Michigan workers and their families is depending on it. We need Governor Snyder and his Republican interest puppet masters to know that we strongly oppose any right-to-work-for-less legislation in Michigan.

You can be a part of the action, too! We're covering the Day of Action live from Lansing. Check out photos, videos and legislative updates on our Storify feed below. If you're on Twitter, use the hashtag #savemi to join the conversation.

UPDATE: Last night, Governor Rick Snyder signed both the public and private sector "right-to-work-for-less" bills into law. The signing of these bills is a divisive move against workers and Michigan's middle class families. Workers are speaking out against in his decision in silent protests across the state. See updates below then text STAND to 787753 to let Governor Snyder know that signing "right-to-work-for-less" into law was the wrong move for Michigan.

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