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Right to Work ruled unconstitutional

Judge John M. Sedia of Lake Superior Court made a ruling on Right to Work legislation this evening, stating that the recent Indiana legislation is unconstitutional. Sedia agreed with the petitioners,  the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150, that  the legislation violates Article 1 Section 21 of the state constitution. The ruling will most likely be appealed and the case would then head to the Indiana Supreme Court. Indiana was the first state to pass Right to Work legislation in almost two decades when the bill went through in 2012.

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