The state GOP is a few votes from overriding governor Jay Nixon’s veto
‘So we’re going to go down with a trailer and truck and get them on an expedited basis’
‘It was a poor decision to use plain clothes officers in a protest setting because it made it difficult for people to identify police officers.’
Chief has only been on the job for a month
‘He worried that she would steal what little money he made working summer jobs’
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‘I am ready and willing to defend my support of Right to Work’
‘He needs to return the money, and lawmakers need to override his veto in September’
Wow, what a ballsy and well-timed ‘donation’
‘We’ve been fighting this legislation for 5 years so you better believe we are ready for another three months’
‘This extreme measure would take our state backward, squeeze the middle-class, lower wages for Missouri families’
Without a Right to Work law, the deck is stacked in favor of protecting union bureaucracy.
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‘Will have my way with you and leave you quivering.’
‘Missouri is one step closer to joining 25 other states across the nation in giving its workers more freedoms’
With one week left of the legislative session for this year, Missouri Republicans are clearing their schedules and prioritizing a bill to end forced union dues.
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‘They obviously didn’t lose with class’
Can right-to-work help minorities? This Democrat thinks so.
‘[A] fairly archaic form of discipline’
This church is not playing around