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Topic - Charles Owens
"I think that it's going to move our state quickly to the top tier of states in the competition for new business investment and jobs," he said, noting a 2009 survey that found that about 78 percent of his members supported the idea.
Charles Owens, state director for the Michigan chapter of the National Federal of Independent Business, said a right-to-work law changes the image of the state as a place to do business.