Union members being bused into Lansing - Dec 11th, 2012 - State
Calls have gone out to union members and they will be bused to Lansing today. They are asked to gather at the Capitol and voice their opposition to the right-to-work bill.
President Obama was in the Detroit area Monday and he criticized the measure saying it was more about politics than economics.
Classes are cancelled today in the state's largest public school districts to the teachers can protest. About 500 teachers have taken a personal day in the Warren Consolidated School District and classes were also cancelled in the Taylor School District.
Michigan lawmakers are set to reconvene for what could be the final votes on the right-to-work legislation. If passed, Michigan would become the 24th right-to-work state, banning unions from collecting mandatory fees from non-union workers.