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How Will Right-To-Work Law Affect Unions?

Dec 15, 2012 (Weekend Edition Saturday) — Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon talks to Bob King, the president of United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), about the implications for organized labor of the newly passed right-to-work law in Michigan. The law prevents unions in that state from requiring workers to pay dues in exchange for the union's representation.

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