Michigan has been in the middle of a depression for a number of years with no end in sight. Much of the responsibility for that fact goes to state labor bosses and their allies in the legislature and governor’s office.
The state is negotiating with the SEIU for new state contracts and as the Detroit News notes, and proposed savings are miniscule, showing that the elected officials are not serious about turning the state around.
But what’s worse, state Senator Jason Allen is proposing a direct $4 million taxpayer handout to the SEIU.
Michigan will never get back on their feet until they give worker’s the ability to say no to the union bosses and their continuing forced unionism demands.