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Commentary: Wage theft and right-to-work Indiana

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Commentary: Wage theft and right-to-work Indiana

By Dan Carpenter TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – No good deed goes unpunished, the saying goes, and it is equally axiomatic that no weak participant in the Indiana economy escapes the punitive might of the Statehouse elite. If you’re screwable and you poke your head out of hiding, they will spot you and they will screw you. […]

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Commentary: Right to work was the right thing to do

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz IndyPoltics.Org  When I read a few weeks ago that a Lake County judge had ruled that Indiana’s passage of right to work violated the state constitution, I had to work really hard to keep a straight face. I frankly didn’t know which was more amusing – the fact that it was a […]

Commentary: Right to work and promises yet to be kept

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Commentary: Right to work and promises yet to be kept

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com  INDIANAPOLIS – When Indiana Republicans started their push to ram so-called right-to-work legislation through the Indiana General Assembly nearly three years ago, they said that the measure would rain many blessings down on the Hoosier state. The GOP stalwarts in the Indiana House of Representatives and Senate said that right to […]

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Lake County judge declares right-to-work law unconstitutional

By Lesley Weidenbener TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – A Lake County judge has ruled the state’s right-to-work law unconstitutional, saying it requires unions to perform services for which they can’t be compensated. However, Lake Superior Judge John Sedia did not order the state to stop enforcing the law. Instead, he delayed the ruling’s implementation until it could […]

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State’s high court stays out of legislative fine dispute, doesn’t order refunds

By John Sittler TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that it was inappropriate to intervene in a legislative dispute about the collection of fines levied on Democrats after their walkouts in 2011 and 2012. The decision means the state auditor won’t have to repay Democrats for fines withheld from their expense checks. […]

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Students, editor, website win SPJ awards for reporting, writing

Staff reporter TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Four students, an editor and TheStatehouseFile.com took home awards Friday night from the 34th annual Society of Professional Journalists “Best of Indiana Journalism” awards gala. Franklin College seniors Samm Quinn and Adrian Gillaspy and sophomores Timothy Cox and Sandie Love won 1st Place in the Coverage of Government and Politics […]

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Judge throws out right-to-work challenge

By Zach Osowski TheStatehouseFile.com INIDANAPOLIS – A federal judge threw out a lawsuit that had been filed against the recent right to work law Thursday. A group of union workers sued former Gov. Mitch Daniels and the state of Indiana, saying the right-to-work law – which frees from workers paying fees to unions they don’t […]

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Commentary: Hey Michigan, welcome to the club

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz IndyPolitics.org I was playing on the Internet this weekend and came across a Michigan writer who was lamenting about our neighbors to the north becoming a right-to-work state. One of the reasons Michigan adopted RTW is because Indiana did back in February. The writer, Rick Haglund, writing for MLive.com, says Michigan is […]

Commentary: The ethical case for right to work

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Commentary: The ethical case for right to work

By Cecil Bohannon Indiana Policy Review How many different restaurants do you patronize? In my household the number is in double digits ranging from fast foods to fine dining.Now suppose a bare majority of the eateries in your town forces all the others into a dues-imposing “restaurant association” that fixes prices, hours and terms of […]

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State: Right to work is bringing more jobs to Indiana

By Suzannah Couch TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Officials at 20 companies have said Indiana’s passage of a right-to-work law earlier this year was a factor in their decisions to bring more jobs to the state, according to Daniel Hasler, who leads the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. However, Nancy Guyott, a union leader and the state’s biggest […]

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