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CNN Money, December 11, 2012, Tuesday

CNN Money

December 11, 2012, Tuesday

CNN Money (full article)

Michigan bills weakening union power signed into law

Employees in right-to-work states have lower wages, on average, than their counterparts elsewhere, according to Richard Hurd, professor of labor studies at the ILR School at Cornell University. That's because the unions are weaker in those states and aren't as effective in bargaining for higher wages. Only two-thirds of workers join unions in right-to-work states, on average.