Right-To-Work Law Banning Upheld

A federal appeals court has upheld Indiana's right-to-work law banning mandatory union fees in a split decision. Two judges on the three-member panel of the Court of Appeals determined that the state law doesn't wrongfully take property from unions and is constitutional.   Despite the decision, Chief Judge Diane Wood argued that her two fellow judges didn't completely understand the national labor law. This decision came down Tuesday, just two days before the State Supreme court will hear separate challenges on weather or not the law violates the state's constitution.