Indiana Right-to-Work Bill Still Stalled

MCPP Senior Investigative Analyst Anne Shieber covers debate

MCPP Senior Investigative Analyst Anne Schieber covers the ongoing debate over the right-to-work bill under consideration in the Indiana House.

The right-to-work bill, which would ensure that workers can not be compelled to provide financial support for a union as a condition of employement, is being held up by absent Democratic members of the House. "35 people that are holding out on one-special interest group to try and take everything into a tailspin," says House Majority Leader Brian Bosma. The Reublican House holds a majority, but there is not enough of them to form a quorum. Five Democrats have crossed party lines to show up to work.