The Right To Work bill is pushing it's way through the legal process in Lansing today, but not without union protestors doing everything they can to stop the bill from becoming law, including violent outbursts.

The thousands of union protestors have been peacefully exercising their right to gather and protest for most of the day, but as the announcement came that the first part of the bill had passed the crowd became unruly.

As the Right To Work supporter tent was torn down by union protestors, Michigan State Police busted out their riot gear to control the crowd.

FOX News showed video of the crowds starting to get out of hand, and while we have to keep in mind that this is FOX News, this is still an ugly scene for Michigan.