LANSING (WKZO) -- Middle ground appears to be few and far between on the issue of the Right to Work bill that passed Tuesday afternoon in Michigan. From current and retired Firefighters and Auto Workers many current and past union members came out to protest their heavy opposition to the bill being voted on in the House of Representatives.
AM 590, 96.5 FM WKZO broadcast "The Trifecta" live from the home of Michael Patrick Shiels from 3pm-5pm just as the protests were beginning to ramp up. The Auto Worker above who wanted to remain nameless said: "Its ridiculous to say that people that get union wages, union benefits and union representation without having to pay union rules."
Watch the full video above.