For almost two years, Gov. Rick Snyder, against many in his Republican Party, insisted a right-to-work bill shouldn't reach his desk.
Too divisive, he'd say. Why go to war with unions when there was a tax code to fix and a budget to balance to begin his reinvention of Michigan?
And what did Snyder's stance get him? Headaches, mostly.
Certainly not any gratitude from organized labor.
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