INDIANAPOLIS | The coalition of Indiana labor unions will hold a candlelight vigil Monday outside the Merrillville office of U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Merrillville, to call attention to the ongoing "fiscal cliff" debate in Congress.
Indiana State AFL-CIO President Nancy Guyott
INDIANAPOLIS | The procedures the Indiana Department of Labor will follow to investigate complaints under the state's right-to-work law take effect Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | The setting for Indiana's right-to-work battle shifted from the marble-walled Statehouse to a dull, gray conference room Tuesday, but the passionate opposition of Hoosier labor leaders was not diminished as they objected to rules needed to implement the state's right-to-work law.
As back yards across Indiana are transformed into full-blown Fourth of July barbecues complete with smoking grills, fresh-squeezed lemonade and tasty red-white-and-blue treats, it’s a good time to remind ourselves that not all homes will be sites of celebration. These days, it’s hard to driv…
INDIANAPOLIS | Democrats John Gregg and Vi Simpson were unanimously endorsed Friday for governor and lieutenant governor by the Indiana AFL-CIO.
INDIANAPOLIS | Labor leaders have been quietly reviewing Indiana's new right-to-work law but are mum on whether they will go to court to try to stop the law before its main provision takes effect March 14.
INDIANAPOLIS | Members of Indiana's labor unions are not planning to cause a scene at Sunday's Super Bowl in Indianapolis, but the "Occupy" movement will rally outside the Statehouse that day.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels' national television appearance Tuesday, giving the Republican response to the president's State of the Union address, will be followed on many stations by footage of Daniels saying he opposes a right-to-work law.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana's labor unions have taken to the airwaves, urging Hoosiers to call their state lawmakers and tell them to oppose right-to-work legislation.
INDIANAPOLIS | Two public opinion polls of Indiana voters show the battle over right-to-work hinges on how Hoosiers see the issue.
INDIANAPOLIS | The campaign to make Indiana a right-to-work state soon may be coming to a television screen near you.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels believes Tuesday's decision by Ohio voters to overturn a state law restricting collective bargaining for public employees will not affect Indiana's right-to-work debate.
As Americans mark another Labor Day, it's high time for some hard truth. Like no other time in recent memory, the American worker is losing ground -- and that's certainly the case here in Indiana. Men and women are working harder, longer and are making less and less.
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