Democrats left the floor Tuesday, protesting a House committee meeting on Right to Work.
The new legislative session begins today, and the super bowl arrives in Indianapolis 32 days later. The combination is putting some bills on a fast track.
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 Indiana Business Council released the results of an online survey Friday saying Indiana business people support Right to Work legislation.
The study was presented by Notre Dame professor Dr. Marty Wolfson, who said the numbers directly contradict a study released by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
Amidst pro-labor rallies in the statehouse, the House Labor committee passed a Right to Work bill to the full House Monday.
Indiana University CWA Local 4730 President Bryce Smedley, believes the people of Indiana need to safeguard their futures as well as their rights.