Stacy Swimp, a conservative activist who resides in Michigan, found himself in the middle of a scuffle between pro and anti- Right to Work groups in Lansing, the day Michigan governor Rick Snyder signed a Right to Work legislation into law. Swimp was working inside the tent for conservative group Americans for Prosperity, when melee broke. He found himself having to come to the aid of fellow volunteers that day.
The law would permit workers to retain their jobs if they chose not to submit dues and become members of the union. Before the law was passed, a union could force from their job, any worker who failed to pay dues.
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