Indiana Right To Work Update: Final Vote on Wednesday!

Indiana Senate committee moved the House Right To Work legislation out of committee and to the Senate Floor for a vote on Wednesday.  If passed in the Senate, Gov. Mitch Daniels could sign Indiana’s Right To Work bill into law before the day is over.

From the Indystar.com:

Gov. Mitch Daniels says he’ll sign into law a controversial labor law “as soon as it comes to me.”

That could be Wednesday, after a final vote on the so-called “right to work” legislation is taken in the Indiana Senate.

A Senate committee cleared the way for that vote on today, voting 6-1 to approve the bill and send it to the full Senate.

Under the “right to work” legislation, companies and unions could no longer negotiate a contract that requires non-members of the union to pay fees for representation.