But since the law recently passed, making Indiana the twenty-third state to have Right to Work, look how the jobs have come flooding in, surprising even a free market guy like me (NH, are you paying attention?):
In its first few months of operation, the right-to-work law has, by almost any measure, helped to attract new businesses to Indiana. Indiana has only 2.2 percent of the nation's population. In April, the first full month after the law took effect, more than one in eight jobs created around the country were created in Indiana - more than in states several times the size of Indiana. According to the state's economic development arm, almost fifty out-of-state companies cited the right-to-work law as one reason that they were considering opening a location in Indiana.