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Here’s how you can help defeat right-to-work on Sept. 16

Rob Parsons, a steelworker from Merrillville, Ind., screams during a union workers protest on the steps of the Statehouse after the Senate voted to pass the right-to-work bill in Indianapolis, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012. The governor is expected to sign the bill later in the day.  (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

Want to help in the right-to-work fight? Here’s how:

• A LETTER: First and foremost, is to personally contact your state legislator with a letter or email and tell them how RTW will impact your job, your family, your future. They need stacks of letters BEFORE the Sept. 16 veto session.

Don’t know your legislator? Go to the homepage on this website, click on the banner at the top that will take you to the Missouri House or Senate home page. There, you can put in your address or ZIP code to find out who your representative and/or senator is and their contact information.

• A CHECK: To help raise funds for the RTW fight, you can make a donation of whatever you can afford by writing a check or money order to: Missouri AFL-CIO. Write “RTW Fight” in the check’s memo section and mail to Missouri AFL-CIO, 227 Jefferson Street, Jefferson City, MO 65101.

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  1. Shannon MarshallAugust 23, 2015 at 10:26 amReply

    Please leave right to work legislation behind us and lets move forward with rights of workers and support our Union and businesses and help this economy grow

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