Pepper Spray Contains Protestors in Lansing, Michigan
A group of protestors, opposing right to work legislation, gathered outside the Michigan Capitol on Thursday. But when the protest got out of control, according to Michigan State Police, they used pepper spray to contain the crowd. It was reported that when several protestors started to “rush the Senate floor” they began pepper spraying. According to the broadcast news station, WILX, “the Capitol building had been locked and at least four protesters were arrested during the incident.” The “last right to work” bill was passed with a 58-52 vote by representatives and is now in the hands of Michigan governor, Rick Snyder to sign.