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City Government Looks to Regulate Innovative Small Business

October 23, 2014

Update: It is officially illegal for Uber drivers in Columbia, MO to do their jobs. City police officers have begun to find and fine Uber drivers for giving rides without a permit. This development followed a December 1st meeting of the City Council, at which the Council voted to table regulations for ride-sharing companies until […]

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AFP Leadership Available to Discuss Right-to-Work Effort in Missouri, Across the Region

July 10, 2015

ST. LOUIS – Americans for Prosperity is in the midst of a major effort to get Governor Jay Nixon’s veto overridden and deliver a victory for worker freedom in Missouri with right-to-work legislation. The organization has invested six figures in radio and television running across the state, and leadership from the organization is available for […]

AFP-Missouri Expands Right-to-Work Effort With Radio Buy

July 02, 2015

Group plans significant effort to expand worker freedoms across state. JEFFERSON CITY — Today Americans for Prosperity Missouri launched a new radio ad to promote the importance of bringing more choice to the Show Me State via Right-to-Work legislation. This latest investment augments the growing effort Americans for Prosperity is planning in the coming months. […]

AFP Missouri Launches “Right to Work is a Good Idea”

June 24, 2015

New TV Ad Launches Today Statewide JEFFERSON CITY — Today Americans for Prosperity Missouri launched a new TV advertisement supporting the legislature’s efforts to put Missouri on a path to prosperity and support worker freedom through Right to Work legislation. The six figure ad buy will air across the state with the tagline, “Right to Work is right […]

AFP MISSOURI NOT SURPRISED, BUT DISAPPOINTED BY NIXON VETO

June 05, 2015

JEFFERSON CITY — Today Governor Jay Nixon vetoes legislation overwhelmingly passed in both chambers of the state legislature that would have simply increased worker freedoms. Right to Work legislation, already embraced by 25 other states and six bordering Missouri, would not only keep jobs in Missouri, but attract new ones. Today’s actions are unfortunate because […]

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