The Indiana Supreme Court has upheld the state’s right-to-work law. In a 5-0 decision, Justice Dickson wrote for the Court. Continue reading Indiana Supreme Court upholds right-to-work law
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Monday roundup 8/25
Two men were sentenced in separate cases on Friday involving children, one for child abuse and one for molestation. Both received 12 years.
Indiana is currently not enforcing the right-to-work law, after two judges have ruled it unconstitutional. The Governor believes the law will be upheld, but in the meantime, is following the direction of the courts. I think he learned his lesson about messing with judges. H/t ILB.
The Obama administration has come up with new birth control rules that comply with the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling. SCOTUSblog has the details.
Judge strikes down “Right-to-Work” law
A second judge has ruled that Indiana’s “Right-to-Work” law is unconstitutional, and the order is set to take force immediately. Since a similar case is already before the Supreme Court, IBL is calling this order “unprecedented.”