Union teachers shut down Michigan school districts to protest right-to-work laws
December 10, 2012
WDIV News in Detroit reports that so many unionized teachers have called in sick Tuesday that the Taylor and Warren Consolidated Schools districts will be forced to shut down the schools. The teachers are heading off to Lansing for rallies to protest the state's new right-to-work laws.
"Lansing authorities are bracing for an onslaught of protesters Tuesday," reports WDIV. "They have increased police presence and plan road closings and parking restrictions around the Capitol."
Besides the army of teachers that care more about union solidarity than educating children, Big Labor has President Obama in its pocket too. The President delivered an absurd tirade against the right-to-work law: