On Tuesday, protests broke out at the Michigan state capitol after state legislators passed the anti-union "Right To Work" bill, which was quickly signed into law by Governor Rick Snyder only hours later.
But, surely, it couldn't be all that bad. As Jon Stewart explained, "Right To Work" sounds like "a positive and uplifting message."
After laying out how the law diminishes the leverage of unions, Stewart went on to give protesters in Michigan a quick primer on how to make their voices heard. Spoiler Alert: it involves Jon donning a beanie hat and channeling his inner Eminem.
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