Compare Indiana with states that have “right to work” for less laws. You’ll see why we’re better off without one.

Anti-worker and business-backed groups are pushing to pass a so-called “right to work” law here in Indiana. Supporters claim these laws create economic prosperity, but many measures show Indiana’s working families are better off than working families in states with “right to work” for less laws.




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SOURCES: Corporation for Enterprise Development; Economic Policy Institute; Elise Gould, Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Erosion Accelerates in the Recession—Public Safety Net Catches Kids but Fails to Adequately Insure Adults, Economic Policy Institute, Nov. 16, 2010; National Education Association; U.S. Census Bureau.; U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Job-based health insurance coverage is for people younger than 65 and for 2008–2009. Pension coverage is for workers ages 18 to 64 who worked at least 20 hours per week and 26 weeks per year. The time period covered is a 2006–2008 three-year moving average.