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Missouri Legislature overrides Governor’s veto of voter photo ID bill

Voters can still stop it by voting ‘NO’ on Amendment 6 By TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – The Missouri General Assembly has taken a giant step...

Paycheck deception dies in the Senate

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – The Missouri Senate has sustained Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of a paycheck deception bill by a vote of 22-to-10,...

One vote seals fate of paycheck deception bill in Missouri Senate

The Missouri Senate's recent vote sustaining Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of a paycheck deception bill has proved that one vote really can make a...

Missouri House overrides Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of paycheck deception

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – The Missouri House of Representatives overrode Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of paycheck deception legislation last week, narrowly passing House...

Thousands rally at Missouri State Capitol

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Thousands of union members rallied at the State Capitol March 30 to oppose an override of Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of HB...

Nixon vetoes paycheck deception bill

Jefferson City –Governor Jay Nixon (D) has vetoed House Bill 1891, a paycheck deception bill which would require public employees to give annual written...

Koch-funded AFP, mad about RTW vote, launches hate-filled advertising campaign

$100,000 to smear pro-worker Republicans The local Americans for Prosperity front group is launching an advertising campaign packed with venomous hate speech against Missouri Republican...

House leaders call to raise state employee wages

Jefferson City – Prominent House Republicans have called for Gov. Jay Nixon to work with the legislature to raise wages for state employees. House Speaker...

MISSOURI WINS, AGAIN

By TIM ROWDEN Editor With the successful defense of Gov. Nixon’s veto of the anti-worker right-to-work bill Sept. 16, workers across Missouri scored a victory for...

OUR VIEW: We’ve won a huge battle, but not yet the...

By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher MISSOURI WINS, AGAIN. The elation was palpable. When on Sept. 16 the Speaker announced the vote that unceremoniously dumped right-to-work once again back...
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