Opponents of 'Right to Work' will keep fighting
INDIANAPOLIS – On Thursday, opponents of "Right to Work" said they will keep fighting!
The House passed the controversial bill on Wednesday.
The bill bans mandatory union fees as part of employment.
The head of the Indiana NAACP spoke out at the statehouse on Thursday.
She claimed lawmakers are trying to force "poison down our throats!"
"Do you rise to the occasion, work together, find and implement solutions to enjoy a greater consensus, or Senators, representatives, do you turn your back on those who have been the blood flowing through the veins of this state?" said Indiana NAACP President Barbara Bolling.
The bill will now move to the Senate where a vote is expected next week.
Governor Daniels said he will sign it.