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Indiana becomes 23rd "right-to-work" state

Union members protesting the right-to-work legislation outside the State Capitol in Indianapolis, February 1, 2012.  REUTERS/Jeff Haynes

Union members protesting the right-to-work legislation outside the State Capitol in Indianapolis, February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes

Union members protesting the right-to-work legislation outside the State Capitol in Indianapolis, February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes
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Union members protesting the right-to-work legislation stand on the steps of the State Capitol in Indianapolis, February 1, 2012. The State Senate is hearing the final reading of the bill today and the governor is expected to sign the bill if passed later in the day.  REUTERS/Jeff Haynes

Union members protesting the right-to-work legislation stand on the steps of the State Capitol in Indianapolis, February 1, 2012. The State Senate is hearing the final reading of the bill today and the governor is expected to sign the bill if passed...more

Union members protesting the right-to-work legislation stand on the steps of the State Capitol in Indianapolis, February 1, 2012. The State Senate is hearing the final reading of the bill today and the governor is expected to sign the bill if passed later in the day. REUTERS/Jeff Haynes
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