A judge in Lake County found that the law wrongly requires unions to represent workers who do not pay dues. The Attorney General's Office says the state will appeal the ruling to the Indiana Supreme Court.
"I support the Attorney General's effort to appeal that rule," said Bosma. "I'm quite confident that the legislation will be upheld as it has been in other states. I'm confident it's making a big difference for Hoosier workers around the state."
Right to Work passed despite Democrats staging a walkout and avoiding a floor vote by the General Assembly. Since that law passed, union lawyers have made several attempts to overturn the law.