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November 10, 2012
Court Allows USW to Proceed With Challenge To Recent Indiana Right-to-Work Legislation
An Indiana trial court ruled Oct. 16 that the United Steelworkers can pursue a legal challenge to the right-to-work legislation enacted in the state earlier this year, finding the court could not “categorically” rule “at this time” that the new statute does not violate the state constitution (United Steelworkers v. Daniels, Ind. Cir. Ct., No. 45C01-1207-PL-00071, 10/16/12). The statute is (H.B. 1001) which took effect March 14, 2012.
Law review commentary on this important topic is encourgaged. Undoubtedly, there will be further appeals.
Mitchell H. Rubinstein