In four weeks, Missouri will vote on the future of right-to-work in the state

Flag of Missouri.pngMissouri voters will decide on an August 7 ballot measure shaping the future of right-to-work in their state. A right-to-work law, Senate Bill 19 (SB 19) has been on hold since it was passed in 2017.

Voting “yes” on Proposition A would uphold the right-to-work law to mandate that no person can be required to pay dues to a labor union or join a labor union as a condition of employment.

Voting “no” would overturn Senate Bill 19 (SB 19) and repeal the right-to-work law.

Proposition A would make Missouri the 28th state to enact a right-to-work law. Between 2012 and 2017, three states in the Midwest—Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin— passed right-to-work laws after Republicans won state government trifectas in each.

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