On Wednesday, the Indiana House voted for a bill that would make Indiana a right to work state. The state Senate had passed an identical version of the bill 28-22 so little doubt that it will pass.
The Indystar reports that they are "likely days away from becoming the first Rust Belt state — and the first state in a decade — to adopt the controversial ‘right to work’ law".
Adding the caveat "controversial" makes it seem like there is something wrong with it. What this does is keeps employers from forcing you into a union or at least paying the dues for it. Another term for it is "forced unionism" If anything the way forced unionism works is controversial, not the other way around.
Jobs are moving to right-to-work states because it is easier for businesses to flourish when the unions are not sucking away at the businesses.
Indiana sees the benefit of becoming a right to work state because of the economy — that is why they would be the first in a decade. Good for them.