Private and charter school advocates organized a rally for students at the Indiana statehouse Wednesday.
The passage of right-to-work was the big news this week at the statehouse, but the legislature also passed some other prominent bills.
Some say the bill leaves teachers and schools open to costly lawsuits.
A Senate committee passed a right-to-work bill Friday with a 6 to 4 vote.
House Democrats refused to attend a 1:30 p.m. session called today. They are in caucus with no sign of coming out.
The policy to limit the number of people inside the statehouse to 3,000 is no longer in place, says Governor Mitch Daniels.
State officials say counting the exact number of visitors to the statehouse could be difficult.
An AFL-CIO spokesperson says he thinks thousands of protestors could take part in the events.
The AFL-CIO says the new rule could limit public access to the statehouse.
Legislators expect to move quickly to plug a loophole in Indiana prostitution laws before the Super Bowl.