NOW can we ask, “Where are the jobs”???
Back in February, Michigan had the 4th highest unemployment rate in the country.
Today, we have the 3rd highest at 7.5%. That’s up from last month, by the way.
In fact, only Mississippi and Rhode Island – who are tied for last place – and Nevada are higher. 46 states and the District of Columbia have lower unemployment rates.
I know the changes that Republicans have made to raise taxes on the middle class and on retirees and to slash school funding to give a huge tax break to corporations and the repeated laws kneecapping labor unions including making the birthplace of the modern labor movement a right to work for less state probably will take time to show results.…