CALLS TO ACTION

Here is where you will find our weekly calls to action as they happen! 

3/26/18 - Tell your Senator to reject attacks on workers in Missouri and vote NO! on paycheck decept

CALL TO ACTION! Tell your Senator to reject attacks on workers in Missouri and vote NO! on paycheck deception and repealing prevailing wage! Write your State Senator here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/032618mm?source=website& Don’t know your State Senator? Find out here: http://www.senate.mo.gov/LegisLookup/Default.aspx Recently the House passed two bills that would harm hard-working Missourians. HB 1413 would require most public sector unions to get annual reauthorization from members to use paycheck withholding to collect their dues and other fees, also known as “paycheck deception”, and House Committee Substitute for HB 1729, HB 1621, HB 1436 would eliminate the requirement that con

3/26/18 - Tell your Senator to vote NO! on paycheck deception and repealing prevailing wage bills!

Tell your Senator to reject attacks on workers in Missouri and vote NO! on paycheck deception and repealing prevailing wage! Write your State Senator here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/032618mm?source=website& Don’t know your State Senator? Find out here: http://www.senate.mo.gov/LegisLookup/Default.aspx Recently the House passed two bills that would harm hard-working Missourians. HB 1413 would require most public sector unions to get annual reauthorization from members to use paycheck withholding to collect their dues and other fees, also known as “paycheck deception”, and House Committee Substitute for HB 1729, HB 1621, HB 1436 would eliminate the requirement that contractors and sub

03/19/18 - Missouri Mondays - Get Ready to Spring Into Action After Missouri Legislature Break!

For Missouri Mondays this week, we’re highlighting a few bills in the Missouri House and Senate to prepare you for “springing” into action when the legislature returns from break! HB 1443 - Sponsor: Eggleston. J. (002) Prohibits temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) benefit cards from being used at ATMs or to access cash, and limits the items that may be purchased with TANF benefits Last House Action: 03/15/18 - Passed the House and on to the Senate (First Read) Indivisible Missouri opposes HB 1443 because: HB 1443 punishes children for the actions of their parents by taking away (TANF) benefits. Under HB 1443, an individual who purchases a prohibited item or makes a purchase in a

03/19/18 - Missouri Mondays - Get Ready to Spring Into Action After Missouri Legislature Break!

For Missouri Mondays this week, we’re highlighting a few bills in the Missouri House and Senate to prepare you for “springing” into action when the legislature returns from break! HB 1443 - Sponsor: Eggleston. J. (002) Prohibits temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) benefit cards from being used at ATMs or to access cash, and limits the items that may be purchased with TANF benefits Last House Action: 03/15/18 - Passed the House and on to the Senate (First Read) Indivisible Missouri opposes HB 1443 because: HB 1443 punishes children for the actions of their parents by taking away (TANF) benefits. Under HB 1443, an individual who purchases a prohibited item or makes a purchase in a

03/12/18 - Tell your Representative to protect SNAP and TANF benefits. Vote NO on HB 1443 & 1486!

CALL TO ACTION! Children shouldn't be punished for the acts of their parents! Tell your Representative to protect SNAP and TANF benefits. Vote NO on HB 1443 & 1486! Write your State Representative here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/031218mm?source=website& Don’t know your State Representative? Find out here: https://house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx Over 900,000 Missourians were living in poverty in 2016 and nearly 290,000 are children. Two bills in the House HB 1443 and HB 1486 would punish these Missouri children who have no control over their circumstances. HB 1486 would cut off SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) food benefits as a penalty for failing to meet federal w

3/12/18 - Children shouldn't be punished for the acts of their parents! Tell your Representativ

Write your State Representative here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/031218mm?source=website& Don't know your State Representative? Find out here: https://house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx Over 900,000 Missourians were living in poverty in 2016 and nearly 290,000 are children. Two bills in the House HB 1443 and HB 1486 would punish these Missouri children who have no control over their circumstances. HB 1486 would cut off SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) food benefits as a penalty for failing to meet federal work requirements. HB 1486 takes away TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) benefits as a punishment for a prohibited SNAP or TANF purchase. Indivisible M

03/05/18 - Missouri Mondays - Tell your Senator to say NO! to SB 578, the forced arbitration bill!

Write your State Senator here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/030518mm?source=website Don’t know your State Senator? Find out here: http://www.senate.mo.gov/LegisLookup/Default.aspx SB 578 prevents some employees who have experienced harassment, discrimination, or labor abuses from having their cases heard in public court by locking them into arbitration. In arbitration, a private, third party is paid to settle the dispute, but plaintiffs have fewer rights or abilities to gather evidence. The settlement and all charges and evidence are often kept secret in forced arbitration cases, allowing harassers to move on with minimal consequences and no exposure of their misdeeds. Indivisible Misso

3/05/18 - Missouri Mondays - Tell your Senator to say NO! to Senate Bill 578, the forced arbitration

Write your Senator here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/030518mm?source=website Don’t know your State Senator? Find out here: http://www.senate.mo.gov/LegisLookup/Default.aspx SB 578 prevents some employees who have experienced harassment, discrimination, or labor abuses from having their cases heard in public court by locking them into arbitration. In arbitration, a private, third party is paid to settle the dispute, but plaintiffs have fewer rights or abilities to gather evidence. The settlement and all charges and evidence are often kept secret in forced arbitration cases, allowing harassers to move on with minimal consequences and no exposure of their misdeeds. Indivisible Missouri