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Indiana governor Mitch Daniels could assign a right to -- legislation into -- or as soon as tomorrow.
It would mean you can't be forced to join and pay -- to a union.
But the union protests against -- that against it they've already started ahead of Super Bowl Sunday which is in Indianapolis.
Will those protests mod Indiana's big weekend.
Joining the company from Indiana.
Both of these Indiana street back of the house and a Republican so welcome to the program good to see -- -- Good morning stirred great to be with you before we talk about the Super Bowl I wanna ask you this -- As a right to work state if that happens that the governor signs -- April they almost certainly will.
What difference does that make to the union contracts would you hold on to negotiate with the unions by -- state.
Well this actually is a private sector bill so the key is that the private sector will now.
Have the same right to work protection that we enacted for the public sector here some time ago -- Indiana.
Economic development experts have told us that a third to a half of those were looking to create job to expand opportunities.
Just take non right to work states off the table.
So despite the success we've had here in job creation we needed take this last barrier way to kick our economy and -- of eco gear.
I'm right in saying that in the private sector that -- this bill is signed you will not be forced to join a union a not forced it to pay dues to that union.
If you become a right to -- states.
That that's where you stand right.
That's exactly right and Stewart the unique thing about Indiana is we will be the only right to work state in the nation that does not have a right to work state on its borders were in the heart of the industrial midwest and it's our hope that will be we were already getting.
Looks from Illinois Michigan Ohio Kentucky and elsewhere -- this is just going to be an added tool in the tool box.
For economic development officials to attract folks here use -- -- a revolutionary in the midwest and that's a fact.
-- let me ask you -- the protests have started.
In advance of the Super Bowl on Sunday in Indianapolis.
You think I might -- the occasion I mean you've got a lot of attention focused on you right now because of the super -- on the kind of modest attention.
Well the fact of the matter is we've had protests here now for a year.
While Wisconsin got all the press last year we -- a 35 day walkout by our Democrat colleagues they were Illinois that entire time.
The state house was filled with protesters.
They Begin protesting immediately in January when we return this year after -- declared this a right to work -- to -- our top priority.
So I think that they are just starting.
The question is whether they'll continue during the Super Bowl after really -- the bill as a fait accompli.
They've threatened it now overtly.
Our local officials are prepared for it and it is unfortunate.
If that said the decision they make -- In all honesty it's it's more revenge that it is trying to impact be.
The policy because it will be done by that -- real fast was just because they're convicted the governor signs it by Super Bowl Sunday in advance.
Yes and actually the plan is to sign it tomorrow it's passed the house last week.
It will be on it considered today and tomorrow by the Indiana senate and signed tomorrow -- those my thanks for joining us appreciate you being with us -- -- Thank you --
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