This session’s major road funding bill cleared its first legislative hurdle as the House Roads Committee approved the measure, largely along party lines.
Until now, CTS policy forbade workers from discussing wages or unionization on the job -- whether through conversation, flyers or union-branded clothing.
The Senate will not go forward with HB 1004, which addressed teacher pay and collective bargaining issues.
The partnership would have an impact on several of Indiana's industries, including agriculture, the automotive industry and the grocery business.
Some employees say they aren't being heard by administration and want more representation.
The postal service will look for other ways to save. That could include administrative cuts and reopening negotiations with unions to lower workforce expenses.
Both sides will have to wait 30 days for the judge to make a decision.
The AFL-CIO says Ohio vote in favor of bargaining rights should serve as a wake-up call to Indiana legislators.
Right-to-work legislation would bar unions from charging dues to non-members who work in union shops.
A state committee is considering prohibiting project labor agreements involving construction wages and union agreements.