by Daniel Lowry
When workers packed the rotunda and halls of the capitol on Saturday, Jan. 7, the noise reverberated through both the Senate and House chambers. It was clear they were upset. Right to work and the repeal of prevailing wage were threatening their livelihoods, and they wanted to make their voices heard.
Brave governor from Henderson once halted angry mob, prevented lynching
By Chuck Stinnett, from the Evansville Courier-Press