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  • Union pride and the 'right to work' in Missouri

    Near a Kansas City construction site, laborers comment on pending legislation that would allow employees at a union job site to skirt membership and not pay union dues. It's been that way in Kansas for decades.

Near a Kansas City construction site, laborers comment on pending legislation that would allow employees at a union job site to skirt membership and not pay union dues. It's been that way in Kansas for decades. Rick Montgomery The Kansas City Star
Near a Kansas City construction site, laborers comment on pending legislation that would allow employees at a union job site to skirt membership and not pay union dues. It's been that way in Kansas for decades. Rick Montgomery The Kansas City Star

Right to work (for less?): Missouri moving quickly toward ‘pro-business’ status

January 26, 2017 9:00 AM