INDIANAPOLIS: A mix of union members and Occupy protesters from across Indiana marched through Super Bowl Village on Saturday in opposition to the state’s proposed right-to-work legislation.


About 75 marchers weaved through packed crowds at the pregame street fair in downtown Indianapolis in the first of what could be several such protests before the Feb. 5 game. The protesters chanted “Occupy the Super Bowl” and carried signs that read “Fight the Lie” and “Workers United Will Prevail.”


Saturday was the second consecutive day of right-to-work protests in the Super Bowl Village. About 40 people picketed the opening of a zip line in the Village. The 800-foot zip line allows participants to clip onto a wire about 100 feet off the ground and glide almost two blocks.


Most onlookers stared in silence as the protesters walked past them, but some like Jason Leibowitz were upset about their outing being interrupted. “There’s a place and a time for this,” he said. “This isn’t it.”