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YOUR LETTERS: Don’t let Missouri politicians take away citizen initiative rights

Missouri legislators returned to Jefferson City last month and filed more than two dozen bills to gut Missouri’s long-standing citizen initiative process, thwart direct...

YOUR LETTERS: Missouri must invest more in education

The 2024 Legislative Session is underway and one of the first big issues to come up is education funding. After 20 years of Republicans...

YOUR LETTERS: Calling out Josh Hawley

Most of my family is from a town called Ste. Genevieve. I’ve watched their community go downhill for years. While corrupt politicians shipped jobs overseas...

YOUR LETTERS: New Project Labor Agreement rule a win for...

Workers have achieved a victory thanks to the Biden administration’s efforts. Acting Secretary of Labor Julie Su recently announced a new federal rule mandating Project...

YOUR LETTERS: So YOU can call the shots

I wanted to take some time to share a little bit more about the community I grew up in and why it inspired me...

YOUR LETTERS: ‘American workers show up every day to do our...

Right now, around the country, working people are busy closing out this year. Many of us are trying to stretch our last few paychecks...

YOUR LETTERS: Stop buying Yuengling

I’ve seen and heard of many brothers and sisters buying the newest domestic beer to hit the St. Louis market, Yuengling. What these members...

YOUR LETTERS: It’s better in a union

After decades of corporate dominance over our economy, workers are standing together like never before to demand that we share in the profits our...

YOUR LETTERS: Biden truly stands with union workers

I returned to join striking autoworkers on the picket line in Detroit last week, alongside many unions showing the Labor Movement’s solidarity and support...

YOUR LETTERS: Life is better in a union

As we (celebrated) another Labor Day, a day dedicated to honoring the hardworking individuals who power our nation’s industries, I wanted to… reflect on...