The Monroe News has reported that the legislation (part of House Bill 4054) just (4:45 PM) passed 58-52 in the state house, and will now go to the State Senate (I'm being told that the Senate will vote on this legislation within five business days). Governor Rick Snyder (R) has already indicated that he will sign the legislation if it gets to his desk; given that the Michigan Senate has a two-to-one Republican majority, this is likely to occur. Right-to-work opponents have already showed their disapproval of the measure, to the point where the cops had to use pepper spray to get control of the Michigan State Capitol. All in all, today's demonstration is unlikely to be the only response by Big Labor to Michigan's union reform bill/law, in the same way that water is somewhat wet and the sun's surface can get a trifle warm sometimes.
More as it happens.
UPDATE: Annnnnd Fox News reports that they've just passed a similar bill in the Senate. Five-day delay before the final version gets passed; I assume that the first labor-induced (I am so dreadfully sorry for that) rioting has been tentatively penciled in for Monday morning.