Indiana House OKs Right-To-Work Bill

Law360, San Diego (January 25, 2012, 10:24 PM EST) -- Indiana’s Republican-controlled House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a bill that bars employers from forcing workers to join a union or pay union dues, putting Indiana on track to become the first state to approve a right-to-work law in more than a decade.

The House voted 54-44 in favor of the measure, and the bill will now proceed to the Indiana Senate, which is also controlled by Republicans. Gov. Mitch Daniels, also a Republican, is expected to sign off on the legislation if it reaches his...
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