Indiana Right-To-Work Law Constitutional, AG Tells 7th Circ.

Law360, New York (May 17, 2013, 5:25 PM ET) -- Indiana Attorney General Gregory Zoeller urged the Seventh Circuit on Friday to uphold the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging a state law that prohibits requiring union membership or union dues as a condition of employment, arguing that the statute is neither unconstitutional nor preempted by federal labor law.

Zoeller filed a brief with the appeals court Friday that said Congress had expressly permitted states to bar agreements making employment contingent on union membership, and that the Indiana Right to Work Act — signed into law Feb....
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