The Labor Tribune

Right-to-Work is at our doorstep, and if we can’t sustain lineGovernor Nixon’s veto in September, we’re all toast!

Unfortunately, too many union members don’t fully understand the impact on their lives this law will have, or what steps they can take to kill it.

To help change that, on July 30th the St. Louis Labor Tribune will publish a 16-page Special Issue devoted ENTIRELY to the right-to-work menace to help union members understand why right-to-work will hurt them, their job, their paycheck, their family.

Arm all the members of your union with the knowledge to fight back!

We’re inviting locals throughout Missouri who do not subscribe the Labor Tribune to consider getting this one-time Special Issue in the hands of your entire membership. Why? In order to save our Labor Movement and your local by helping members to understand the scope of the disaster if we don’t sustain Governor Nixon’s veto.

Order the July 30 RTW issue now! The very life of Labor Movement in Missouri is at stake.

Call Ed Finkelstein, Publisher, or Tim Rowden, Editor at (314) 535-9660, or email us at tim@labortribune.com (include the term “RTW” in the headline). We’ll fill in the details on getting this crucial Special Edition in the hands of your membership. Or, if you prefer, just use one of the handy online order forms below.

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This July 30 RTW issue is endorsed by the St. Louis Building & Construction Trades Council and the St. Louis Labor Council


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