Ind. Right-To-Work Law Declared Unconstitutional

Law360, New York (September 10, 2013, 4:57 PM ET) -- An Indiana judge held last week that the state's right-to-work law — which bans requiring workers to join a union or pay union dues — was unconstitutional, holding that the statute conflicted with a provision of the Indiana Constitution that forbids demanding services without proper compensation. 

Judge John M. Sedia ruled Thursday on a motion to dismiss a operating engineers union local's lawsuit challenging the 2012 law, tossing out four of the five counts asserted by the union but sustaining the claim that the law compelled...
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