The Indiana Chamber of Commerce said the ["Right to work"] bill currently being considered by legislators is "consistent with Dr. King's teachings.""Pretty sure Gandhi, JFK, Gene Debs, and Woody Gutherie would've been behind it, too."
"People should have the choice as to whether or not they should belong and pay money to a union or any other organization," said Kevin Brinegar, president of the Chamber of Commerce. "They shouldn't have to be forced otherwise as a condition of work."
Bonus: Indiana statehouse Republicans--but I repeat myself!--propose deregulating cosmetologists, barbers, dietitians, hearing aid dealers, private investigator firms, and security guards. Upsetting cosmetologists, barbers, dietitians, hearing aid dealers, private investigator firms, and security guards.
Local Channel 6 gets a reaction from beauty school owner and past president of the American Association of Cosmetology Schools John Halal, Fishers, Indiana:
"Even with training, there's a concern, but we minimize the risk when people are properly trained," he said.
Sorry; inside joke. There hasn't been a single Democratic vote cast in Fishers since Oliver P. Morton was governor. Mr. Halal, when you lie down with dogs, at least you know you can get an unlicensed flea dip for 1/3 the price.