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[ 5 ] January 16, 2013 |

Who says that right-to-work laws doesn’t create new jobs? Look at Michigan for instance:

Gov. Rick Snyder’s administration is hiring an attorney to enforce the new right-to-work law who will be required to pay state bar association dues while enforcing a law making union dues optional.

The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs plans to hire an attorney and legal secretary to implement the law that takes effect March 27 prohibiting union contracts from requiring employees to financially support the union as a condition of employment, agency spokesman Jason Moon said.

The administrative law specialist, dubbed a “freedom to work specialist,” will be paid between $76,000 and $106,000 annually, depending on their experience, Moon said.

The Michigan Civil Service Commission requires all administrative law specialists to be dues-paying members of the State Bar of Michigan, Moon said.

Government-created stimulus my friends!

Dues-paying members? My god, how will this person be able to pay the bills, what with their dues being used to elect Kenyan usurpers and overpaid bureaucrats and other such whatevers.

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  1. rea says:

    Meanwhile, the “Pure Michigan” tourism campaign runs an ad in the Wall Street Journal touting the new “right to work” [sic] law . . .

  2. Cody says:

    For some strange reason, I suspect Gov. Rick Snyder will have a personal connection with this new attorney the taxpayers fund.

  3. Peter Hovde says:

    “Well you grow up and you calm down
    You’re workin’ for the clampdown.”

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4t4iCe-bK0

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