Gov. Rick Snyder was the subject of a piece in the Washington Post on Sunday that compared and contrasted him with his Republican counterparts when it comes to labor issues and the way he governs.
The Post says “Snyder stands out by not standing out,” compared to the likes of New Jersey’s Gov. Chris Christie or Wisconsin’s Scott Walker.
Post Staff Writer Dan Balz caught up with Snyder ahead of this past weekend’s National Governors Association meetings in Washington.
On the hot labor issue of the day, Snyder tells the Post the same thing he told The News’ Nathan Hurst and Marisa Schultz: He has no intention of targeting organized labor or denying their rights to collective bargaining, which is what has gotten Walker in some hot water.
“I believe in good faith we should be going through the collective-bargaining process,” Snyder told the Post.