Union Sues Indiana, Says Right-to-Work Law is Slavery

From Michael P. Tremoglie’s article on LegalNewsline:

F. Vincent Vernuccio, labor policy counsel at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, addressed this issue for the American Spectator’s April 19 edition. He wrote, “On April 9, attorneys for the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 argued that Indiana’s Right to Work Law infringes on their free speech rights because — get this — it deprives them of the dues mandated from workers by ‘agency shop’ provisions.”