Analysis: Battle over right-to-work legislation looms in Indiana

Republican state lawmakers in Indiana say they have enough votes this year to pass right-to-work legislation, a development that experts say could boost other states' efforts to curb private-sector unions. Organized labor says it will fight the Indiana legislation by organizing protesters at the Statehouse and employing strategies similar to those used in Wisconsin last year during the battle over collective-bargaining rights for public unions.

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