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-- Democrats are baltics and Republicans are fuming gay unions -- they're just worrying.
Indiana Democrats are refusing to even go to the state capital because they're trying to block a proposal.
That would ban.
Labor contracts requiring all workers to -- you news that the GOP is trying to get a vote on that bill so far no luck Indiana -- Republican represented -- -- Says it would help create jobs but you're an uphill -- -- present.
Well I don't know that we're in an uphill fights.
The Democrats have.
Refused come to the floor.
They haven't taken after Urbana Illinois like they did last year for five weeks spent so far they refused to turn -- -- we believe that they will probably show up Monday.
We -- have the ability to -- them if they deny a quorum and deny us doing any of the State's business.
That are clear is that -- say is show up I mean they're doing always parliamentarian moves whatever you wanna call because.
If they show up this is almost sure to -- with the majorities in the end and then you get your way but.
Our people -- abide by that kind of childish response.
Hello they really are people.
I think a lot of the Democrat members when they were out for five weeks last year and then they came back.
And went out into their districts to their county fairs and so forth and I think a lot of them caught a lot of flak from constituents -- said your paid to be there to do.
To do the people's work when you agree with the -- gender or not.
I wonder though because in Wisconsin ironically it was Republicans who were being.
Call back on their Chinese and and they didn't start attacked -- night so I don't know where this goes represented but I just know that it.
Rarely ends well.
Well that's true that the Wisconsin thing was completely different though because that was about public public sector unions understood this is right to work for private sector unions in the public sentiment is.
Different and the electric and Indiana is different quite frankly.
There it's it's you don't wanna -- long -- -- unit that does make sense that.
You should have to pay union do.
It's I -- it it seems fairly common sense.
Yeah yeah it's just a simple freedom for the worker to decide whether he or she wants to associated with the union.
It's that simple and and not even a social equity -- -- forcibly having parent.
So well that's -- -- mean they should be able to decide rather than being forced him.
And the other thing is we bring we believe that more employers would look favorably toward Indiana.
And we bring in more jobs to put some of the more than quarter million hoosiers who are currently out of work back to work.
Ultimately when do you think -- resolve one -- Well we had -- joint hearing to your testimony today our house bill.
That I'm offering was not eligible because we have not had a -- yet establish -- recession.
But the senate.
Identical senate bill out of the committee today so we'll be eligible to move through the senate next week so we do have a bill in progress.
Alright and we'll watch that progress represented thank you very much.
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