"Extremists and outside interests representing big coporations rammed through a Right to Work bill, against the will of the people of the state. The bill was signed into law by Gov. Eric Greitens in February. Today, Missourians spoke up loudly and, pending the certification process, a ballot referendum on Right to Work will appear on the November 2018 ballot.
In order to get on the ballot, supporters must gather approximately 107,510 signatures in 6 of 8 congressional districts. Hundreds of Missourians showed up to cheer along campaign representatives, who delivered 163 boxes filled with 57, 277 pages, containing 310, 567 signatures, nearly three times the required amount. All of the state's 115 counties were represented, and the numbers were sufficient to qualify in all eight congressional districts."
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