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After a long day of debating and voting, Michigan is now the nation's 24th "Right to Work" state.
Michigan's House of Representatives on Tuesday approved two bills about union membership for both private and government employees. Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, a Republican, signed the bills into law a few hours later.
Similar so-called "right-to-work" legislation has spread across the country in recent years. So what does Michigan's new law mean for the Great Lakes State? Here are five things you should know: