Daniels defends right-to-work, targets Democrats in 'State of the State'
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Democrats already started their protest against Governor Mitch Daniels at his State of the State speech.
On Tuesday at the Indiana governor's state address, there were empty seats that were assigned to a few Democrats.
Gov. Daniels said he supports right-to-work and took a shot at the left wingers.
“We think we have disagreements,” said Gov. Daniels. “When we do, I hope we'll keep them not only in state, but also in this chamber where the people's business is supposed to be settled."
Daniels said he studied the proposal for a year before deciding to support right-to-work.