Indiana State Police stand guard at the entrance of the House of Representatives in Indianapolis during a debate Wednesday on a bill that would make Indiana the nation's 23rd state with a right-to-work law. Democrats fought the measure, which would ban unions from collecting mandatory dues from workers. (Associated Press)

Indiana State Police stand guard at the entrance of the House of Representatives in Indianapolis during a debate Wednesday on a bill that would make Indiana the nation's 23rd state with a right-to-work law. Democrats fought the measure, which would ban unions from collecting mandatory dues from workers. (Associated Press)