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President Barack Obama said Monday he opposes a Republican-led plan in the Michigan Legislature to pass a "right-to-work" law. Speaking to workers at an engine manufacturer outside of Detroit, Obama said the state government should not "be trying to take away your rights to bargain for better wages." The proposal, which could get final passage as early as Tuesday, would stop requiring non-union workers to financially support unions at their workplace. Democrats say the measure is designed to weaken unions. In his remarks, Obama again said he would not compromise away higher tax rates for the wealthiest Americans in his fiscal cliff negotiations with House Republicans. Obama said the deficit reduction plan also needed to include some spending to make the middle-class strong, including on education and infrastructure.

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