Missouri Pension Activists Protest "Right-to-Work"

Teamsters from the Missouri-Kansas City Committee to Protect Pensions rallied this week in Jefferson City, Missouri against "right-to-work" legislation.

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"Right-to-work" is the first order of business of the incoming Governor and the new legislative season. Missouri workers are fighting back. 

"The hearing room was jam-packed," said retired Local 41 member Wes Epperson. "We got our message heard loud and clear."

Proponents of "right-to-work" will use all kinds of tricks and fact-fudging to put a gloss on the effects of their policies. Don't believe the hype—click here to get the facts on how destructive "right-to-work" is for working families.


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  • Bruce Swearingen
    commented 2017-01-13 15:52:10 -0500
    $ LAWYERS in LOVE $

    RTW …..a giant leap to giving everything including your citizenship away.
    The workplace turns worker vs. worker into a ORWELLIAN Horror scape of tribalism, and corporate Fascist abuses
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