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Topic - Fred Wszolek
In Michigan, a historic bastion of the nation's industrial unions, the legal battle over the state's new right-to-work law shows no signs of flagging.
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Senate Republicans appear likely to block confirmation of President Obama's two latest nominees to the National Labor Relations Board, which is increasingly under fire for being too friendly to unions.
Boeing's abrupt labor deal with its leading union sidesteps any resolution that may have come from a court battle over the powers of the National Labor Relations Board.
Workforce Fairness Institute spokesman Fred Wszolek agreed that the Michigan Supreme Court's decision not to get involved in the case at this early stage does not necessarily indicate it will overturn the law.