INDIANAPOLIS —Two Democrat House Members insisted that the House Gallery doors remain open for the debate on a right-to-work law so the entire assembly could hear "the voice of the people." Lawmakers had to compete with shouting and screaming of "No Right to Work," which they did. Read the full story here.

 

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To see CapCon's full coverage of the Indiana right-to-work bill and the protests, see here: "Indiana Right-to-Work Coverage."

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