LANSING, Mich. (WXYZ) - Thousands of protesters began chanting and shouting after the House approved Right to Work legislation.
While a massive crowd could be seen outside the Capitol, more protesters inside the building carried out a "sit-in" in the Capitol Rotunda.
Right to Work protesters gathered outside the capitol building in Lansing ahead of the House session that began at 10 a.m.
Streets around the Capitol are closed off and some people are not being allowed in because of capacity and safety.
There is heavy police presence inside and outside the Capitol building.
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