Daniels says 'right-to-work' would help Indiana
KOKOMO, Ind. - Gov. Mitch Daniels says Indiana could see an economic boost from a contentious "right-to-work" proposal, but stopped short of saying he wants state legislators to approve it.
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#1 Nov 8, 2011
Daniels is wrong. Just look at the States that have adopted "right-to-work." They are almost all among the poorest, most backward and least educated States in the US. Daniels is trying to turn Indiana into Mississippi.
#2 Nov 8, 2011
He might want to think twice after what happened in Ohio.
#3 Nov 15, 2011
Daniel's already tried it in the last session of the Legislature. The guy is relentless and he makes sure that 100% of Republicans in the House and Senate supports him OR ELSE! One guy in Eastern Indiana voted against one thing that Daniels wanted and they re-drew his discrict to make sure he didn't get reelected. These people are way more dangerous than most of us realize.
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