INDIANA: New Right-to-Work Law

Waving placards and shouting "Veto!", some 7,500 wrought-up Indianans marched into the Statehouse in Indianapolis last week to protest against a "right-to-work" bill passed, after long debate, by the Republican-dominated state legislature. After huddling with union delegates, Republican Governor Harold W. Handley, a protege of Indiana's Senator Bill Jenner, told them that though he disliked the bill himself, he would let it become law without his signature. When the crowd got the word, boos thundered in the Statehouse corridors, and demonstrators tried to push past the cops guarding the governor's office....

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