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Get Ready.

Here's what unity and hard work look like.  The secretary of state's office has certified that enough signatures were collected this past summer in Missouri to put "Right to Work" to a public vote in 2018.

The law, passed by the Legislature and signed by the governor back in February, was supposed to take effect in August.  But working families across the state hit the streets in force, gathering more than 300,000 signatures to block the law and instead put it on the 2018 ballot for voters to decide.

Historically, when asked to undo a bad law passed by the Legislature, Missouri voters have overwhelmingly agreed.