Thousands of people are rallying at the Indiana state capital today in protest of bills that will impact construction, wages and school funding. Indiana House Democrats left the state over two weeks ago to stop the passage of the bills. Indiana laws call for a full quorum to pass any bills, making it impossible for the Republicans to use the same tactics as their counterparts in Wisconsin did Wednesday evening. Workers say that they are standing up for their rights. The largest rally in Indiana state history was 20,000 people, but organizers say that they are expecting as many as 25,000 people to attend.