A three-bill package for right-to-work legislation for Michigan approved last week by the state House and Senate is expected to be taken up again this week. The controversial package, which makes it illegal to require financial support of a union as a condition of employment, is being supported locally by Dan Casey of the Economic Development Alliance of St. Clair County. He says without right to work, the state is losing out on jobs and employers who are looking to locate here. Casey says unions will still retain their political power with a right to work law. He says it'll bring more fairness to workers and spark economic growth for the state, while opponents say it'll bring lower wages and benefits for workers, as well as destroy what's left of the middle class. Governor Rick Snyder has pledged to sign the legislation once it reaches him.