Indiana House and Senate majority leaders say Right to Work will be their top priority in the upcoming legislative session. Right to Work legislation prevents unions from charging dues or fees to non-members when bargaining collectively on their behalf. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports on what each side says the legislation would mean for Indiana.
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