Oh, this is rich
Last week a judge in Indiana ruled that the state’s so-called “right to work” law is unconstitutional. According to federal law, unions must cover everyone at a workplace but Indiana law prohibits delivery of services “without just compensation”. Since Indiana’s right to work law allows workers to benefit from union collective bargaining but does NOT require them to contribute to unions that are working on their behalf, the unions sued.
The state Attorney General is filing an appeal with the state supreme court.
Ironically, most observers believe the ruling by Lake Superior Court Judge John Sedia will be overturned.…