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Michigan union loses 80 percent of members in one year

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More than 80 percent of the members of a Michigan union representing home health care workers opted to quit the organization in 2013, federal filings show. The workers took advantage of the state's newly enacted right-to-work law, which allowed individuals to opt out for the first time ever. SEIU Healthcare Michigan, a branch of the powerful Service Employees International Union, saw its...

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