Debate in the Missouri House over right-to-work legislation drew a crowd of union opponents to the Capitol rotunda Thursday.
Debate in the Missouri House over right-to-work legislation drew a crowd of union opponents to the Capitol rotunda Thursday. Allison Pecorin apecorin@kcstar.com
Debate in the Missouri House over right-to-work legislation drew a crowd of union opponents to the Capitol rotunda Thursday. Allison Pecorin apecorin@kcstar.com

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    Rep. Stephanie Clayton, an Overland Park Republican, talked about a bill that could improve transparency in the Kansas Legislature during The Star's town hall on Thursday, Jan. 18.