What is generally known about right-to-work?
- Twenty-two states have said "No, we’re not going to allow paying union dues (or require becoming a union member) to be a condition of employment. Indiana is among the other 28
- The 22 have experienced greater economic activity, population increases and income growth
- Many companies and site selection experts refuse to consider non-RTW states for their business relocations and expansions
What will the Indiana Chamber be sharing at an 11 a.m. press conference on Monday (at our offices) about RTW and Indiana as the result of a new study and recent polling?
- How much higher Hoosiers’ per capita income would be if a RTW law had been in place
- How much the state would have benefited from increased tax revenues (hint: bye-bye budget shortfall)
- What passing RTW in 2011 will mean for the next decade
- How many Hoosier voters support the passage of RTW
More to come (including video) on Monday. The numbers are guaranteed to make everyone take notice. Or, if you’re already convinced that RTW needs full legislative consideration right now, contact your legislators.