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    Have We Lost Freedom In Indiana? – Open Item
    Indiana: the Nation’s 23rd Right to Work State

    Indiana: the Nation’s 23rd Right to Work State STATEHOUSE – After over 40 hours of testimony, debate, and discussion over the past year House Bill (HB) 1001, Employee’s Right to Work passed the Indiana House of Representatives last week and today passed the State Senate. The final step, which is expected to occur today, is […]

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    RTW: Battle Continues, Arguments could be Honed

    Note: The following was produced by Media Trackers, a conservative state-based investigative watchdog that holds liberals in government, politics, and the media accountable. By: Brian Sikma After some wrangling and haranguing the Indiana Senate on Monday gave a final green light to right-to-work legislation. The House, scheduled to vote on the measure before the close of […]

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    Right to Work Legislation Advances

    Right to Work Legislation Advances STATEHOUSE – Rep. Jerry Torr (R-Carmel) authored and House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis) co-authored House Bill 1001, Employee’s Right to Work which would give workers the freedom to choose whether or not to financially support a union. “With an unemployment rate stubbornly hovering around 9 percent we can’t afford […]

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    RTW: Right-to-Work or Refusing-to-Work?

    Note: The following was produced by Media Trackers, a conservative state-based investigative watchdog that holds liberals in government, politics, and the media accountable.  By: Brian Sikma Indiana House Democrats today continued their walkout by refusing to show up for work when the House was scheduled to go into session at 9:00 am. The quorum call found […]

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    “Absent” Ind. Democrats Fight Right-to-Work by Walking around State Capitol

    Note: The following was produced by Media Trackers, a conservative state-based investigative watchdog that holds liberals in government, politics, and the media accountable.  By: Brian Sikma Indiana unions have been very good to Indiana Democrats. Minority Leader Pat Bauer netted over $76,200 in contributions from union PACs in his 2010 re-election campaign. Just one SEIU-affiliated PAC […]

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    Not Constitutional? No Problem.

    Note: The following was produced by Media Trackers, a conservative state-based investigative watchdog that holds liberals in government, politics, and the media accountable.  By: Brian Sikma At the heart of Indiana’s current battle over right-to-work legislation is union power. By some estimates, the legislation would impact 34,000 workers and give them the choice of belonging to […]

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    Soros Funds Indiana RTW Opposition

    Note: The following was produced by Media Trackers, a conservative state-based investigative watchdog that holds liberals in government, politics, and the media accountable.  By: Brian Sikma For the second time in a session that is only weeks old, Indiana House Democrats refused to show up for work on Tuesday, effectively delaying the passage of right-to-work […]

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    State Rep. Craig Fry – Not a Fan of “Free Market” Bull

    Constituents write their elected officials all of the time.  Modern technology has made this much easier for the constituent to express concern over an issue and has also made it easier for the elected official to respond.  In most cases the impassioned plea from a constituent is met with a canned response from the elected […]

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    Union Protestor Calls for Legislators to be “Tarred and Feathered”

    Yesterday after the House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee passed the contentious “Right to Work” bill 8-5, Democrats protested that Republicans refused to allow any amendments to the bill.  Under House Rules, Committee Chairman Doug Gutwein, was in the right to refuse any amendments to the bill.  This might lead anyone to believe that amendments won’t […]

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