Right to Work committees began an ad campaign aimed at pressuring the Governor and the Speaker to bring back Democrats and vote on Right to Work legislation.
The House still needs a quorum to do official business.
House Speaker Brian Bosma said he continues to speak with Minority Leader Pat Bauer, but there has been no real progress.
Bauer said the conversation returned the two sides to where they were last week after Bauer visited the Statehouse.
Speaker Brian Bosma said if the House goes into a special session, the agenda will not be reduced from the current calendar.
As the third week of the Indiana Democrat hold-out begins, the House remains unable to do business.
Anyone failing or refusing a drug test would no longer be eligible to receive unemployment benefits until they find a job and work for eight weeks.
Pat Bauer said he sees progress towards negotiations, but that the progress is limited to communication through the media.
The pro-labor rallies at the Indiana Statehouse gained a celebrity boost Monday as actor Danny Glover joined the protests.
With no movement from either side in the Indiana House, Democrats remain in Illinois and the House remains without a quorum.