A group of union workers gathered Friday evening in Bedford to discuss right to work. No supporters of the legislation were present.
Whether or not the sweeping reforms were good or bad depends on the point of view.
Governor Daniels says Right to Work is critical for job growth in the state.
The AFL-CIO has endorsed the Occupy Indiana protests, saying they and the protestors have many of the same goals.
Some individuals still had to work this Labor Day holiday, but many said it is what they have to do to pay the bills.
Some faculty and staff at Indiana University are speaking out about the McRobbie pay raise.
Under current law, public projects valued at $150,000 or less are exempt from having to pay workers the common construction wage.
Bosma says, ‘”yes, there were compromises”, but, the public collective bargaining bill is "very much alive and well."
State lawmakers wasted no time once Democrats returned to the capital Monday following a five-week walkout.
The contract runs through 2015 and flat-lines teacher pay over the next four years.