By Amanda C. Couture of Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC
Indiana’s Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the State’s “right to work” law, which prohibits unions from requiring non-members to pay fees to the unions. The law previously was found constitutional by a Lake County Superior Court judge. Because the case involved a constitutional challenge, the appeal proceeded directly to the Indiana Supreme Court. For more detail, please see the following articles:
IndyStar: Indiana Supreme Court upholds 'right to work' law
Fox Williams & Sink: Indiana's Supreme Court Upholds Right to Work Law
Ogeltree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC: Indiana Supreme Court Upholds Right-to-Work Law
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