Judge Denies Stay in Right to Work Ruling

Last month, a judge ruled Indiana's Right to Work Law was unconstitutional, and he is not changing his mind.
Last month, a judge ruled Indiana's Right to Work Law was unconstitutional, and he is not changing his mind. A northern Indiana judge denies Attorney General Greg Zoeller a stay in the ruling.

A spokesman for Zoeller says he will now ask Indiana's Supreme Court for a stay. Zoeller has already filed an appeal with the state's highest court, which will be heard on September 4.

Indiana's Right to Work Law requires unions to provide free bargaining and grievance services to non-members.
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