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  • Members in Missouri, Vote NO on "Prop A"
    Updated On: Aug 02, 2018

    Right to work is a direct attack on working families and our unions. So when politicians in Missouri rammed through this legislation last year, the labor movement immediately sprang into action to place a veto referendum on the ballot.

    With one week left in this campaign, we’re keeping up the momentum in the fight to defend workers’ values and stand up to corporate greed.

    The stakes couldn’t be higher. In states with right to work, wages are lower, schools are worse off and workplaces are more dangerous.

    Working people in Missouri are fired up about this vote and more committed than ever to defeating the out-of-state corporate interests driving this wrongheaded law.

    Working people are united in the effort to protect our freedoms and rights on the job. This is a defining fight for our movement, so do your part and join with your brothers and sisters in Missouri!

    310,567: The number of Missourians who signed a ballot referendum petition to overturn the state’s right to work law, more than three times the number of signatures needed.

    Article via AFL-CIO Labor Wire

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