What is the impact of Michgian Right to Work and Families


In competition for scarce resources when battling public policy or opposing candidates I know that my opponents will bring the Giants of Corporate America with them to do battle. I will want to bring my own giant to this fight and that would be organized labor. Without Organized Labor the fight can never be fair because they will not.
see; http://www.aflcio.org/Legislation-and-Politics/State-Legislative-Battles/Ongoing-State-Legislative-Attacks/Right-to-Work-for-Less shown as IDW#100

By making unions weaker, these Right to work laws lower wages and living standards for all workers in the state. In fact, workers in states with these laws earn an average of $5,680 less a year than workers in other states. IDW#100-1

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Higher Rates of Death on the Job
The rate of workplace deaths is 36 percent higher in states with these Right to Work laws, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.IDW#100-1

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Less Investment in Education
States with “right to work” laws spend $3,392 less per pupil on elementary and secondary education than other states, and students are less likely to be performing at their appropriate grade level in math and reading.IDW#100-1

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The infant mortality rate is 15 percent higher in states with these Right to Work laws.IDW#100-1

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Higher Poverty and Infant Mortality Rates
Poverty rates are higher in states with “right to work” laws (15.3 percent overall and 21.5 percent for children), compared with poverty rates of 13.1 percent overall and 18.1 percent for children in states without these laws IDW#100-1
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Only 50.7 percent of employers in states with these Right to Work laws offer insurance coverage to their employees, compared with 55.2 percent in other states. That difference is even more significant among small employers (with fewer than 50 workers)—only 34.4 percent of them offer workers health insurance, compared with 41.7 percent of small employers in other states.IDW#100-1

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States with Right to Work Laws are less likely to have job-based health insurance than people in other states (56.2 percent, compared with 60.1 percent).IDW#100-1

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Less Job-Based Health Insurance Coverage
People in states with “right to work” laws are more likely to be uninsured (16.8 percent, compared with 13.1 percent overall; among children, it’s 10.8 percent vs. 7.5 percent).IDW#100-1

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