With the Indiana House at a standstill, the Senate will move forward with right-to-work legislation next week.
Right-to-work legislation bans union contracts requiring non-union employees pay fees for representation. Legislation was offered in both chambers at the start of session. But the Senate has been holding its bill for more than a week. Senate
President Pro Tem David Long says the bill was in both houses as something of an insurance policy.
“But I wanted to allow the discussion to continue forward in the House hoping that ultimately reasonable minds would prevail and that they would be able to debate the issue and move the bill,” he says.
But Long says with House Democrats denying a quorum and the process stalled, the Senate will move forward on its bill. He says if Democrats don’t come in Friday, the Senate will act next week.