Almost three years ago, the Michigan legislature took the extraordinary step of enacting right-to-work in the state, meaning no worker could be forced to pay dues to a labor union. Wednesday, the Michigan Supreme Court extended that freedom of association to state employees as well.
A landmark case on right-to-work has been accepted by the United States Supreme Court in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association for the coming term. You may read about that here.
Read about the Michigan case here.