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MISSOURI RISING COMMENDS HOUSE FOR MOVING RIGHT-TO-WORK LEGISLATION TO GOV.’s DESK

The Missouri House Of Representatives voted 100-59 to pass the Senate’s Right-To-Work bill this afternoon, sending it to the Senate for a procedural measure later today and then to Governor Greitens’ desk where he will sign it into law.

Here is a comment from Missouri Rising’s Mark Rhoads on this important milestone:

“Our state has waited for this moment for a long time, and after years of determined effort from our legislative leaders, Right-To-Work is heading to the Governor’s desk where it will finally be signed into law.

“This is an exciting day for Missourians looking for work, and for the state’s economic climate, which has fallen behind our neighbors in recent years.

“Missouri Rising commends the legislators who have led the fight for this vitally important legislation, for putting the freedom and opportunity of Missouri’s workers first.”

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