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Richardville’s Freedom to Teach initiative is a step in the right direction, but doesn’t go far enough, says Freedom to Work spokesman

by Terry Bowman on September 12, 2011

in Pro Worker Legislation, State and Local, State Legislation

Michigan Freedom to Work

Terry Bowman, a founding member and spokesman for the Michigan Freedom to Work Coalition is calling recent support by Michigan’s senate majority leader Randy Richardville (17th district) to bring “Freedom to Teach” legislation to Michigan as “very encouraging, but only a step in the right direction.”

Richardville is supporting “Freedom to Teach” legislation which would recognize the right of teachers to refrain from joining or financially supporting a union as a condition of employment.

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