Democrats determined to keep Indiana from becoming the first state in more than a decade to enact worker-choice legislation stymied the beginning of the House session Wednesday and said they planned to stall work indefinitely.(full story from AP via cnsnews.com)
Lawmakers from the state House had last year blocked the bill — which would bar businesses and private unions from mandating that workers pay union fees for representation — through a five-week boycott during which they left the state. That denied Republicans the two-thirds attendance needed to conduct business.
Labor-State Fleebaggers At It Again
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