Reprinted from The Washington Post by The Associated Press on January 3, 2017.
A Delaware county has postponed a vote on enacting a right-to-work law after a contentious public hearing.
News outlets report that the postponement Tuesday by the Sussex County Council followed a five-hour hearing pitting supporters of the proposal against union members who spoke in opposition.
The proposed ordinance would bar workers from being compelled to join labor unions.
Twenty-eight states have enacted right-to-work laws but Delaware is not among them. …