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Judge declares Indiana ‘right to work’ law unconstitutional

Indiana’s much-derided “right-to-work” law was ruled unconstitutional on Monday by a state Superior Court judge, paving the way for another legal battle with the state Supreme Court. WXIN-TV reported that Judge John Sedia’s ruling found that a provision in the law requiring unions to represent workers who do not pay…

New Jersey Supreme Court approves Senate special election

N.J. Supreme Court allows special U.S. Senate elections (via NJ.com) TRENTON — The special October election to fill the seat of the late U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg can go on as scheduled after the state Supreme Court today said it won’t hear the case. In a one-page notice, Chief Justice…