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Right to Work promotes fairness, accountability, and economic freedom

By Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder   In 2009, President Barack Obama went to Elkhart, Ind., to discuss his plans for America’s slumping economy. His choice to...

Senate seeks to override veto allowing wrongful double taxation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Sen. Will Kraus, R-Lee’s Summit, will pursue a veto override of a bill that is aimed at correcting tax increases...

Preserving Tomorrow’s History Today

By Secretary of State Jason Kander As your secretary of state, one of my primary goals has been to make state government more transparent and...

Workers’ freedom at stake during veto session

By Sen. Will Kraus   Missouri will have the opportunity to become the nation’s 26th state without forced unionism during next week’s veto session. Passing a...

HB 722 hurts rural communities

By Rhonda Perry, Program Director, Missouri Rural Crisis Center As a rural Missouri farmer, I am proud of the ability of rural communities to make decisions that...

Counterpoint: The reasons for Right to Work, from a committed opponent

by Jeff Mazur, AFSCME Executive Director   I am against Right to Work. Right to Work drives down wages.  It infringes on the right to collective bargaining...

Point: Why I support Right to Work

By Rep. Eric Burlison, 133rd District   The prospect of Missouri becoming a Right to Work state brings up a lot of emotional response. It’s our...

Increased Flexibility for Veterans Care Can Help Missouri Meet Needs

By Sen. Mike Parson   I strongly believe we must ensure those who have given so much to our nation by serving in the Armed Forces...

Jason Kander: Why Political Pressure Can’t Stop Me From Opposing the Iran Deal

By Jason Kander As a former Army Intelligence Officer who investigated corruption in the Afghan government, I’ve seen first hand how an unpredictable country can...

Agriculture May Butter Your Bread

By Denny Banister When our country was founded, most Americans were farmers, making agriculture the nation’s biggest employer of the time.  Today, farmers comprise less...