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OPINION: Missouri Republicans could do better than attack workers and healthcare

By TIM ROWDEN Managing Editor Republicans in the Missouri Legislature are proving yet again that they don’t care a whit what the voters of Missouri say....

OPINION: ‘RTW’ déjà vu: Yes, you have seen this before

By DARIN GILLEY Financial Secretary/Treasurer UAW Local 2250 “Right-to-Work” again? Why does this issue keep coming back? In 2018, Missourians voted down making Missouri a so-called “Right-to-Work” state...

Lawsuit: Proposed ‘right-to-work’ constitutional amendment misleads voters

Missouri AFL-CIO challenging the ballot language in court By TIM ROWDEN Managing Editor Jefferson City — A proposed constitutional amendment to make Missouri a “right-to-work” state is...

New Report: 10 WORST States for workers are RTW; the 10...

RTW isn’t dead in Missouri, but it should be Missourians last year overwhelming defeated the Prop. A referendum on so-called “right-to-work,” but Missouri Republicans are...

‘RTW’ states: Strong policies that keep workers trapped in poverty

Despite Gov. Parson's pledge, Republicans still looking at next year By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher Once again, the ugly truth about so-called “right-to-work” and its negative impact on...

We are still UNION STRONG in Missouri

By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher “Let’s keep the momentum of Prop A going.” That’s the concept behind a new bumper strip available soon to all union members in...

Urban/Rural Power Building Orientations aim to continue fostering multi-racial working-class movement

Labor, faith and community leaders are invited to participate in Missouri Jobs with Justice’s Urban/Rural Power Building Orientations to continue building a multi-racial working-class...

IAM Legislative Conference urges action

By MARY ANN HOLLEY Correspondent The Missouri State Council of Machinists and District 9 hosted its 30th Annual Joint Labor Legislative Conference March 24-27 in Jefferson...

RTW unlikely to be a statewide priority for Missouri lawmakers this...

County-level RTW still a threat By TIM ROWDEN Editor The 2019 Missouri legislative session got underway last week with a focus on the milestone of this...

In an election filled with contradictions, Hawley defeats Senator Claire McCaskill

Galloway is re-elected State Auditor; RTW architect Bob Onder is re-elected to the Missouri Senate By TIM ROWDEN Editor Republican Attorney General Josh Hawley unseated Democratic U.S....