INDIANAPOLIS — The battle over the right-to-work issue may be reaching a conclusion in Indiana as the state prepares to adopt its law, but the argument over exactly what the measure means for a state's economy is likely to rage on, unresolved, as it has for 70 years.
ANALYSIS: After 70 years, right-to-work impact still unclear
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