Occupiers are joining union workers today at Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis as part of on-going protests against the Right To Work Bill that was signed into law recently by Governor Mitch Daniels making Indiana the 23rd state to pass this legislation. Protestors include the joint efforts of Occupy Indianapolis, Occupy Indiana, Occupy Nomads, and Occupy Purdue. Supporters of the bill claim that more jobs will come into and be created in Indiana and the other twenty-two states. it should be obvious that Daniels and lobbyists used the Super Bowl to create a major PR event while passing the bill at the same time. Not only do the majority of the working people actually oppose this law, but the NFL Players Union themselves likewise are outspoken about their opposition (see video).
Job creation is a relative term. The 99% hasn't realistically seen a lot of good wage jobs with good worker benefits created in the last 5 to 10 years at the very least. The 99% has seen income disparity grow significantly since the 70's and more recently trillions of dollars spent baliing out banks at least since 2008 (paid for by their own tax dollars) rather than seeing higher wage job creation. Critics of the bills around the country claim that it will lower worker wages, decrease benefits such as affordable and higher quality health care, and also limit bargaining rights.