INDIANAPOLIS — United Food and Commercial Workers Local 700 here said it has begun mounting opposition to the possible introduction of a so-called "right to work" law in Indiana. Right-to-work laws reduce the collective bargaining rights of public-sector employees and allow private-sector workers to opt out of joining unions or paying union dues. This week the UFCW local said food workers met with senior staff of the office of Gov. Mitch Daniels to advocate for preservation of the current ...

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