One year after right-to-work passed in Indiana, the legislation is having positive effects on the state despite initial outrage by many on the left claiming it would crush the middle class.
Cam Carter from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce says within the video, "I think it's working because people want to be free. They want to have and earn more money. They want to have more opportunity for themselves."
On top of this, 91 companies have shown interest in Indiana after it became a right-to-work state, 64 of those have entered negotiations, and 39 have signed contracts. Those companies are expected to bring in 4,500 jobs and $1.6 billion in investments.