Labor Policy Director Paul Kersey is cited in a McClatche Newspapers story that ran in The Miami Herald and The Kansas City Star regarding Indiana becoming the 23rd right-to-work state in the nation.

"It does mean that Indiana is likely to get a lot of business expansion that might otherwise go into Michigan, especially in the western part of the state," he said. "But pretty much the entire state has the potential to be affected by that. Right-to-work is a big draw for employers."

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