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Greitens swipes conservative Labor director from Illinois

Greitens swipes conservative Labor director from Illinois

Jefferson City, MO – With right-wing Missouri Governor Eric Greitens choosing a new director for the Missouri Department of Labor, you..

April 17, 2017 with 0 Comments
Recent polls again show Missourians overwhelmingly against RTW

Recent polls again show Missourians overwhelmingly against RTW

  By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher MEMO to Governor Greitens: The people of Missouri are not as dumb as you believe they are. With the..

March 20, 2017 with 0 Comments
Education funding cuts could impact negotiations for St. Louis, St. Charles community colleges adjuncts

Education funding cuts could impact negotiations for St. Louis, St. Charles community colleges adjuncts

By TIM ROWDEN Editor When Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced Jan.16 he would withhold more than $80 million in higher education funding..

February 6, 2017 with 1 Comment
‘Right-to-work’ bill headed to Missouri governor’s desk for approval

‘Right-to-work’ bill headed to Missouri governor’s desk for approval

Jefferson City, MO — The Missouri House of Representatives has approved Senate Bill 19 on a 100-to-59 vote sending the so-called..

February 2, 2017 with 0 Comments
Missouri created more jobs last year than all our ‘right-to-work’ neighbors

Missouri created more jobs last year than all our ‘right-to-work’ neighbors

This is not a message getting through to Gov. Greitens By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher If Governor Eric Greitens wanted more proof that..

January 23, 2017 with 7 Comments
Memo to Gov. Greitens: Here’s how to KILL the middle class

Memo to Gov. Greitens: Here’s how to KILL the middle class

  Strangling public-sector unions in Wisconsin has shrunk teachers’ pay and benefits. Who’s next? By ALANA SEMUELS  (EDITOR’S..

January 9, 2017 with 1 Comment
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