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Missouri Senate passes repeal of St. Louis minimum wage increase

Missouri Senate passes repeal of St. Louis minimum wage increase

Unions, workers’ rights groups urge Gov. Greitens to veto the legislation By TIM ROWDEN Editor With only hours to go before the close of..

May 22, 2017 with 0 Comments
Missouri House sends bigoted anti-worker bill to Greitens

Missouri House sends bigoted anti-worker bill to Greitens

SB 43 would make it harder for workers to win discrimination cases, destroy protections for whistleblowers Jefferson City – The..

May 22, 2017 with 0 Comments
Missouri lawmakers send ban on Project Labor Agreements to Greitens

Missouri lawmakers send ban on Project Labor Agreements to Greitens

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – Missouri lawmakers continued their assault on workers recently with the House sending a Senate bill..

May 8, 2017 with 0 Comments
PLA ban will kill workers’ wages, lower quality of work

PLA ban will kill workers’ wages, lower quality of work

This is the first installment of a new column that I will periodically write to focus on issues — politics, events, people — that..

May 8, 2017 with 0 Comments
Murdered Laclede Gas employees, members of Gas Workers 11-6, recognized with moment of silence by the Missouri House

Murdered Laclede Gas employees, members of Gas Workers 11-6, recognized with moment of silence by the Missouri House

Jefferson City – The Missouri House held a moment of silence April 24 for the two Laclede Gas employees, members of Gas Workers Local..

May 8, 2017 with 0 Comments
Missouri House passes Prevailing Wage repeal

Missouri House passes Prevailing Wage repeal

Speaker denies Democrats opportunity to speak on the measure BY TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – When it came time for final debate in..

April 10, 2017 with 2 Comments
St. Louis low-wage workers call for raise, while Legislature tries to block it

St. Louis low-wage workers call for raise, while Legislature tries to block it

As low-wage workers in St. Louis, organized by Show Me $15, protested outside a McDonalds on Natural Bridge Road for the city’s $10..

March 27, 2017 with 0 Comments
Construction workers: save prevailing wage, your paycheck. Call, write, email legislators NOW

Construction workers: save prevailing wage, your paycheck. Call, write, email legislators NOW

Direct connect service available. Lawmakers home all this week. By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher The campaign to talk sense to Missouri..

March 20, 2017 with 0 Comments
Union sisters descend upon Missouri Capitol to lobby for working women

Union sisters descend upon Missouri Capitol to lobby for working women

  By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent A group of about 75 union women took to the Missouri Capitol March 8 to rally and lobby for working..

March 20, 2017 with 0 Comments
Missouri AFL-CIO tracking more than 130 bills attacking workers

Missouri AFL-CIO tracking more than 130 bills attacking workers

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent As if passage of the phony “right-to-work” (for less) law wasn’t a big enough blow to Missouri..

March 13, 2017 with 1 Comment
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