'Right To Work' Laws Unlikely To Make Their Way To Illinois Anytime Soon
The governor of historically pro-union Michigan has signed "right to work" legislation that severely limits union powers, making that state – for decades a union stronghold – the 24th in the nation to become a "right to work" state. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports on the chances such legislation could be passed in Illinois.
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