It promises to be the most costly – and combative – election fight working families have ever seen in Missouri. With more than 300,000 petition signatures turned in, and a November 2018 vote looming ahead, opponents of “Right to Work” are preparing for war.
But a new generation of young activists is learning how to mobilize and flex its muscle. They’re committed to getting more citizens registered to vote, learning how to explain RTW to the average Missourian, and forming alliances with friends like the NAACP, faith-based organization and Jobs with Justice.
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