Well, we now have competing federal court decisions on the question of whether local communities and counties can establish their own right to work laws. This week, the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois struck down a local right-to-work law adopted by the town of Lincolnshire, approximately 30 miles north of Chicago. The decision differs significantly from one rendered several weeks ago by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals which validated a right-to-work law adopted in Hardin County, KY. The dueling decisions mean that the issue will ultimately be decided by the US Supreme Court.