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The Lines Are Open: Michigan Phone Bankers Need Help in ‘Right to Work’ for Less Fight

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Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Republican legislators are doing their best to ram through “right to work” for less legislation that passed the state House and Senate on Thursday, even going so far as shutting the Capitol’s doors on workers seeking to make their voices heard.

But final action on this assault on workers’ rights won’t come until next week, and if you are in Michigan, you can join the drive to protect workers’ rights by volunteering at the Michigan State AFL-CIO phone bank in Lansing today through Monday, Dec. 10.

Where: Michigan AFL-CIO – 419 Washington Square South, Lansing, MI 48933


Friday (Dec. 7), Saturday (Dec. 8) and Monday (Dec. 10): 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Sunday (Dec. 9): 2-7 p.m.

For more information, contact Tonya Ellison at 614-397-2426 or

Get more updates on Michigan from the Eclectablog: "Michigan: When Plutocrats Rule."

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