Right To Work Protests

The second day of Right To Work protests at the Capitol Building in Lansing, Michigan.

"FIRE SNYDER" is scrawled in finger print on the rear window of a truck parked in downtown Lansing in protest of right to work legislation, Tuesday Dec. 11, 2012.
Right-to-work protests at the Capitol in Lansing Michigan Tuesday Dec. 11, 2012. Unions ranging from the UAW to the MEA were at the Capitol to demonstrate right-to-work lesislation passing through the Michigan Legislature.
 
Union members and supporters congregate in the Capitol Tuesday morning to protest Right-to-work legislation Dec. 11, 2012. Despite the protest, the bills passed in their respective houses
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Thousands were at the Capitol Building in Lansing, Michigan, Tuesday Dec. 11, 2012 , to protest anti-labor legislation. Union supporters await status updates on the bills passed during a lame-duck session of the Michigan legislature- including several so-called right-to-work bills. 
 
 Michigan State Police proceed through crowds of protesters to reach the George W. Romney Building's front entrance Dec. 11, 2012. Agitators attempted several times to rush the building's door during Tuesday's right-to-work protest. The Offices of the Michigan Governer is located in the Romney Building.
 
Union supporters and state police officers attempt to stop a man from forcing his way into the George W. Romney Building early Tuesday afternoon Dec. 11, 2012. The man tried several times to force enterance into the building.
State Police officers don gask masks, after agitators attempt to rush the George W. Romney Building's front doors amidst the right-to-work protests, Tuesday Dec. 11, 2012.
Several protesters (right) hurl insults at another protester (bottom left) for assisting police officers in securing the Romney Building doors during right-to-work protests Tuesday Dec. 11, 2012.

Reverend Jesse Jackson and Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero emerge from the George Romney Building after an attempt to speak with Governor Rick Snyder during protests Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012.
Protesters assist Capitol staffers in disposing of left behind signs and refuse after the majority of protesters, union members, and their supporters left after receiving word that right-to-work legislation had passed in both houses. On December 11, 2012, Michigan became the 24th right-to-work state.

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