As the state House and Senate continue to look at a three-bill package for right-to-work legislation for Michigan that was approved last week many labor unions and workers are making their presence known at the Capitol. The controversial package, which makes it illegal to require financial support of a union as a condition of employment, is seeing opposition from a number of groups showing up on the steps on of the capitol building saying it will bring lower wages and benefits for workers and destroy what is left of the middle class. Proponents of the bills say without right to work, Michigan is losing out on jobs and employers who are looking to locate within the state. They say unions will retain their political power with a right to work law. The bills bring fairness to workers and allow for economic growth for the state. Governor Rick Snyder is in favor of the legislation.