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ONE MAN’S VIEW: Our future is at stake – vote accordingly

The Nov. 3 election will be the most consequential vote in our lifetimes; it will define the future of American democracy as we’ve known...

Campaigning at a COVID-19 distance is a challenge

Candidates are getting creative to reach voters during the pandemic By MARY ANN O'TOOLE HOLLEY Correspondent The General Election, the big one, is just weeks away. In...

Early, absentee and mail-in voting options for Nov. 3 general election

This year’s general election is unlike any other. The ongoing threat of COVID-19 has voters weighing how best to cast their ballot safely, and...

New marijuana laws topic of online Oct. 14 Labor Law Breakfast

New marijuana laws in Missouri and Illinois, which are causing anxiety for both management and labor, will be the topic of the next Labor...

Despite court orders, deceptive Amendment 3 ballot language left on ballots...

Missouri AFL-CIO urges ‘No’ vote on ‘Dirty Missouri’ Despite two court rulings holding that politicians broke the law with the dishonest way they attempted to...

Missouri COPE-endorsed candidates for Nov. 3, 2020 general election

Following are the St. Louis Labor Council and Missouri AFL-CIO COPE endorsements for Nov. 3, 2020 general election. Incumbents are marked with an asterisk...

MAKE YOUR VOTING PLAN

VOTE ABSENTEE • Apply for your ballot ASAP – MO: www.vote.org/absentee-ballot/missouri  – ILL: www.vote.org/absentee-ballot/illinois   • Notarization – MO: required except for illness or COVID risk – ILL: none required •...

Painters DC 58 places Slim Chickens restaurant in Troy, Mo., on...

Slim Chickens restaurant at 31 The Plaza, Troy, Mo., has been placed on the St. Louis Building and Construction Trades Council’s “We Do Not...

OUR VIEW: Vote YES on 2 – Healthcare for Missouri on...

Missouri’s primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 4. On the ballot is a measure that would bring Missouri taxpayer dollars back home, provide healthcare to...

Mail-in voting approved for August and November elections in Missouri

Jefferson City – Republican Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft objected to it, but Missouri legislators have approved a plan to expand mail-in voting options...
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