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Cities, townships, villages and counties could lose out on funding if they agree to contracts that help their unions delay the impact of Right to Work (RTW), under a spending bill that cleared a House panel this morning.
The House Appropriations General Government Subcommittee reported a Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 spending bill today that would bring financial fallout for local governments that agree to contracts before Thursday that don't save taxpayers 10 percent and that exceed the length of previous deals.
Thursday is the effective date of the state's landmark RTW law.
For the full article, see "Local Gov't Latest To Face Fallout For RTW Delays", Inside MIRS Today, March 26, 2013.
Other topics covered include:
• AG Aims To Empanel Grand Jury Over Meningitis Outbreak
• Local Gov't Latest To Face Fallout For RTW Delays
• Wolf Advocates Scratch Up Needed Signatures
• Byrum For SOS?
• Carson Says No To MI Senate
• After Mascot Controversy, DCR Could Have New Requirements
• Nixon: Wall Street Visit Goes Well
• Let's Eat Outdoors, Doggonit!
• Snyder Puts Paw Print On Bear Petting Bill
• Dingell Declines To Declare For Senate On TV
• Bentivolio's Hits $2K Fundraising Goal In Two Weeks
• RTW Group Poll Shows Support For New Law
• Swift Wants Red Worn Thursday In Opposition To RTW
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