"Elected officials, labor leaders and business leaders can and should work towards the common goals of job creation, improving our economy and strengthening middle-class families. But this partisan power grab is a setback to prospects for compromise."

Reid's comments came the same day that opponents of the law are holding protests at Michigan's capital in Lansing. Those protests are a warm-up to much larger onces on Tuesday, according to the Detroit Free Press.

In a conference call on Monday, Sen. Carl LevinCarl LevinA package proposal for repatriation Silencing of Warren another example of hyperpartisan Senate GOP going nuclear over Gorsuch might destroy filibuster forever MORE (D-Mich.) said he and other Democratic members of the Michigan delegation met with Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and voiced their opposition to the right-to-work legislation.