{{ AFP National Site
s

D Labor, Education & Pensions

Labor, Education & Pensions Issues

Support Senate Bill 68

January 22, 2014 J,

Senate Bill 68 is one that could literally lead to saving hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars and assist local governments in strengthening their budgets. According to the 2013 report card for America’s Infrastructure commissioned by the American Society of Civil Engineers, Indiana alone will have nearly $5.9 billion in drinking water and $7.1 billion [...]

Demand Great Schools Rally at the State Capitol!

February 03, 2012 J

Join Americans for Prosperity – Indiana and other school choice advocates at the Demand Great Schools Rally on Wednesday, February 15, at the Indiana State Capitol.

Make your voice heard and join Hoosiers from around the state in celebrating the great school choice successes achieved in Indiana, as well as encourage lawmakers to always remember: kids come first!

For more information about the rally and to register, please visit www.EdReformRocksRally.com

Indiana Embraces Worker Freedom

February 01, 2012 J,

For Immediate Release – Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Contact: Chase Downham, (317) 627-1451, cdownham@afphq.org

Indiana Embraces Worker Freedom

Right to Work to Bring Jobs and Workplace Freedom

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Today, Indiana’s state Senate stood up for Hoosier workers by passing legislation to make Indiana the 23rd Right to Work state. The bill has already passed the Indiana House and now heads to Governor Mitch Daniels, who will sign it later today.

“Today is a great day for Indiana’s workers and everyone who agrees that no one should be forced to join a union as a condition of employment,” says Chase Downham, State Director of AFP-IN. “By recognizing worker freedom, Indiana makes itself a beacon for jobs in the Midwest."

Let’s Finish the Job and Make Indiana a Right to Work State!

January 31, 2012 J,

Indiana is very close to becoming the 23rd Right to Work state, but our effort to bring jobs and workplace freedom to Indiana is not over! The Indiana State Senate still must vote on the House version of Right to Work (House Bill 1001) before this important legislation can move forward to the Governor.

Union bosses from across the country are doing everything they can to stop this move to bring freedom to the workplace. They have even tried to intimidate state senators to voting their way by protesting at their homes in front of their families. We need to make sure that state senators who have supported Right to Work continue to do so.

Right to Work Gives Economic Freedom to Hoosier Workers

January 18, 2012 J,

Economic freedom is often conflated with “business interests.” In reality, economic freedom is about promoting the individual’s interest. The Indiana State Legislature has great opportunity this year to advance economic freedom for our state’s individual workers.

Economic freedom enables individuals to build prosperity for themselves and their families. Workers enjoy economic freedom to the extent that they are able to freely offer their time and labor to potential employers. Unfortunately, Indiana law makes it difficult for the state’s workers to offer their labor to an employer if they object to joining a union or paying compulsory union dues. This is a result of the special protections for Indiana’s unions which allow them to form “union shops” and deny employment to non-union members. Workers who object to joining the local union or paying union dues may find themselves out of work.

Indiana should end this practice by passing a Right to Work law.

Join Our Fight

The road to economic freedom starts here.
Join a network of AFP activists in important issue battles across the country, get the inside scoop with breaking news updates and policy alerts, and be the first to hear about special events near your home.  Help us fight for a better tomorrow.  Together, we can work for lower taxes, less government spending, and greater economic freedom for everyone.

Your Information

[contact-form-7 id="544" title="Subscribe"] ×