Audio Included in Post. Runs 3 Minutes. The Democrats in the Indiana House of Representatives refused to attend Tuesday’s legislative session protesting the inclusion of a bill that would eliminate labor unions in Indiana.  The dispute over the Right to Work bill has brought thousands of peaceful protesters to the State House and tied up the House since Monday afternoon.  This afternoon Governor Mitch Daniels expressed his understanding of the Democrats’ protest and called it a legitimate tactic by a minority to have their say. He said he hopes the Democrats will return to work and said he will not use the State Police to summon them back. Gov. Daniels also reiterated his feeling that the Right to Work bill should not have been brought up in this legislative session.  Above hear the Governor’s remarks with State House reporters on this crisis.