Wisconsin’s public workers no longer have collective bargaining rights. Lawmakers stripped them away Thursday, and the move’s causing a firestorm in pro-labor circles. But Illinois’ neighbor to the north isn’t the only one seeing an epic battle over workers rights.
The Indiana House of Representatives could consider abortion legislation this week.The Indiana Senate approved two bills dealing with reproductive issues. Now, the House could take them up.One bill would prohibit the state from making contracts or grants with organizations that provide abortions.
United States Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood said Northwest Indiana is poised to be a major player in the development of high-speed rail. LaHood said enthusiasm is high in Indiana for high-speed rail projects because it can bring jobs and money to the state.
Illinois is turning into a hot destination spot– at least for Democrats on the run from surrounding states! First, Democrats from Wisconsin began camping out last week in Rockford. Now a group of Indiana Democratic lawmakers are reportedly in Urbana.
The Democratic "flu" (or should it be "flew?") is spreading.The Indianapolis Star reports that Democrats in the Indiana state house have decamped the state to avoid voting on anti-union legislation just like their fellow Democrats in Wisconsin.In Indiana, it's Democrats in the House whereas in Wisco