Indiana's Right to Work ruled unconstitutional

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Tuesday, a federal court ruled Indiana's Right to Work Law does not violate federal labor laws.


The law prohibits companies from forcing employees to pay union dues as a condition of emplacement.


The law was passed in 2012 after protests by unions.


Currently two judges have ruled the states right to work unconstitutional, but Indiana’s Supreme Court has stayed both decisions.


The Supreme Court will hear arguments Thursday.


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