KAMINSKI: When Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles this fall, it left Greg LeMond as the only American to have won cycling's biggest race. Now Greg LeMond has started a new group called Change Cycling Now, and he's pushing to take over the International Cycling Federation. He won fair and clean in the '80s, and quite dramatically. And now he wants to sort of change cycling. And if anyone can do it, and if anyone can actually change the culture of doping in sports, it could be someone like Greg LeMond.
GIGOT: All right, thanks, Matt.
FREEMAN: This is a hit to Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, who said this week that he would sign Right-to-Work legislation which will soon be on his desk. Anyone in America should have the right to joins the union and to pay dues to support it or to choose not to. And that's what this would do in Michigan.
GIGOT: All right. No, this is big news, and big news, potentially, economically, for Michigan, as well, because this means that a lot more companies might be willing to locate in Michigan.
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