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.
Occupy protesters joined thousands of union members from AFL-CIO, UAW and Teamsters as Indiana became the 23rd state to pass the union busting 'Right To Work Bill' at the State Capitol building in Indianapolis this week. The city is preparing for the February 5th Superbowl XLVI which is projected to be the most watched program on mainstream television the entire year. According to my source from Occupy Indiana and Occupy Nomads, the unions and occupy are prepared to protest every day through Super Bowl Sunday and may threaten a general strike in Indianapolis that day.