'Anti-Union Forces Awoke a Sleeping Giant': Voters Overturn a New Anti-Union Law

Governing: After a years-long battle between labor unions and right-to-work advocates, Missouri voters on Tuesday killed a new law that prohibited labor groups and employers from requiring private-sector workers to pay union membership fees.

The state’s so-called right-to-work bill was signed last year by then-Gov. Eric Greitens, but unions forced the issue onto the August ballot.

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