Missouri House Endorses ‘Right to Work’ Bill

Missouri Republicans endorsed a “Right to Work” bill today in Jefferson City.

Missouri is one of the few conservative states without right to work laws.
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(Macon County Patriots)

FOX2 Now reported:

The 78-68 roll call Wednesday by which the Missouri House gave first-round approval to legislation that would prohibit labor contracts from requiring that all employees pay union fees as a condition of employment, regardless of whether workers are union members.

Voting “yes” were 78 Republicans.
Voting “no” were 19 Republicans and 49 Democrats.

Not voting were 11 Republicans and 2 Democrats.

Sue Allen, Town and Country
Sonya Anderson, Springfield
Kevin Austin, Springfield
Kurt Bahr, O’Fallon
Jay Barnes, Jefferson City
Mike Bernskoetter, Jefferson City
Rick Brattin, Harrisonville
Wanda Brown, Cole Camp
Eric Burlison, Springfield
Mike Cierpiot, Lee’s Summit
Steve Cookson, Poplar Bluff
Stanley Cox, Sedalia
Sandy Crawford, Buffalo
Gary Cross, Lee’s Summit
Paul Curtman, Pacific
Charlie Davis, Webb City
John Diehl, Town and Country
Dean Dohrman, LaMonte
Tony Dugger, Hartville
Kevin Elmer, Nixa
Sue Entlicher, Bolivar
Scott Fitzpatrick, Shell Knob
Tom Flanigan, Carthage
Lyndall Fraker, Marshfield
Diane Franklin, Camdenton
Keith Frederick, Rolla
Don Gosen, Ballwin
Casey Guernsey, Bethany
Elijah Haahr, Springfield
Kent Hampton, Malden
Denny Hoskins, Warrensburg
Lincoln Hough, Springfield
Jay Houghton, Martinsburg
Tom Hurst, Meta
Delus Johnson, St. Joseph
Caleb Jones, Columbia
Tim Jones, Eureka
Jeffery Justus, Branson
Shelley Keeney, Marble Hill
Mike Kelley, Lamar
Andrew Koenig, Manchester
Glen Kolkmeyer, Wellington
Mike Lair, Chillicothe
Bill Lant, Pineville
Mike Leara, St. Louis County
Donna Lichtenegger, Jackson
Warren Love, Osceola
Steve Lynch, Waynesville
Nick Marshall, Parkville
Joe Don McGaugh, Carrollton
Jeffrey Messenger, Republic
Rocky Miller, Osage Beach
Mike Moon, Ash Grove
Lynn Morris, Ozark
Dave Muntzel, Boonville
Mark Parkinson, St. Charles
Don Phillips, Kimberling City
Randy Pike, Adrian
Jeff Pogue, Salem
Craig Redmon, Canton
Holly Rehder, Sikeston
Bill Rieboldt, Neosho
Tim Remole, Excello
Shawn Rhoads, West Plains
Todd Richardson, Poplar Bluff
Robert Ross, Yukon
Lyle Rowland, Cedarcreek
Dwight Scharnhorst, Valley Park
Dave Schatz, Sullivan
Ron Schieber, Kansas City
Noel Shull, Kansas City
Lindell Shumake, Hannibal
Kathy Swan, Cape Girardeau
Mike Thomson, Maryville
Nate Walker, Kirksville
Bill White, Joplin
Kenneth Wilson, Smithville
David Wood, Versailles

Kathie Conway, St. Charles
Kevin Engler, Farmington
Paul Fitzwater, Potosi
Doug Funderburk, St. Peters
Elaine Gannon, De Soto
Chuck Gatschenberger, Lake St. Louis
Ron Hicks, St. Peters
Galen Higdon, St. Joseph
Bart Korman, High Hill
Jeanie Lauer, Blue Springs
John McCaherty, High Ridge
Chris Molendorp, Belton
Myron Neth, Liberty
Jeanie Riddle, Mokane
Chrissy Sommer, St. Charles
Bryan Spencer, Wentzville
Noel Torpey, Independence
Paul Wieland, Imperial
Anne Zerr, St. Charles

Ira Anders, Independence
Linda Black, Desloge
Bob Burns, Affton
Michael Butler, St. Louis
Jon Carpenter, Gladstone
Mike Colona, St. Louis
Pat Conway, St. Joseph
Courtney Curtis, Berkeley
Randy Dunn, Kansas City
Brandon Ellington, Kansas City
Keith English, Florissant
Vicki Englund, St. Louis County
Michael Frame, Eureka
Kimberly Gardner, St. Louis
Ben Harris, Hillsboro
Penny Hubbard, St. Louis
Jacob Hummel, St. Louis
Chris Kelly, Columbia
Jeanne Kirkton, Webster Groves
Michele Kratky, St. Louis
Karla May, St. Louis
John Mayfield, Independence
Gail McCann Beatty, Kansas City
Tom McDonald, Raytown
TJ McKenna, Festus
Kevin McManus, Kansas City
Margo McNeil, Hazelwood
Sue Meredith, St. Louis County
Bonnaye Mims, Kansas City
Gina Mitten, Richmond Heights
Genise Montecillo, St. Louis County
Judy Morgan, Kansas City
Stacey Newman, Richmond Heights
Mary Nichols, Maryland Heights
Charlie Norr, Springfield
Bill Otto, Maryland Heights
Sharon Pace, Northwoods
Josh Peters, St. Louis
Tommie Pierson, Bellefontaine Neighbors
John Rizzo, Kansas City
Jeff Roorda, Barnhart
Joe Runions, Grandview
Ed Schieffer, Troy
Jill Schupp, Creve Coeur
Clem Smith, Velda Village Hills
Jay Swearingen, North Kansas City
Rochelle Walton Gray, Black Jack
Stephen Webber, Columbia
John Wright, Rocheport
T.J. Berry, Kearney
Robert Cornejo, St. Peters
Jeff Grisamore, Lee’s Summit
Marsha Haefner, Oakville
Jim Hansen, Frankford
Dave Hinson, St. Clair
Jim Neely, Cameron
Donna Pfautsch, Harrisonville
Caleb Rowden, Columbia
Sheila Solon, Blue Springs
Rick Stream, Kirkwood
Steve Hodges, East Prairie
Jeremy LaFaver, Kansas City

Republican Lt. Governor Peter Kinder said this after the vote.

Historic win for Right to Work! Minutes ago, the Missouri House, by a vote of 78-68, gave first-round approval to HB 1770, the Right to Work bill. Worker freedom advances, and we are that much closer to moving Missouri’s economy forward. #tcot #RTW #freedom

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