How long does it take to tear down a century of progress for the labor movement in Michigan, the cradle of union organizing? As it turns out, it takes just a few hours. This week, Governor Rick Snyder signed the benevolent-sounding “right to work” law that makes it effectively impossible for unions to pursue collective bargaining initiatives in Michigan. Kim Bobo, executive director of Interfaith Worker Justice, is on State of Belief this week to discuss what’s going on in Michigan and the moral components of conservative America’s war on organized labor. Click here for extended interview video and transcript.