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  • Vote No on Amendment 1 – Here’s why

    On Nov. 6, Missouri voters will have to decide whether or not to approve Amendment 1, a disingenuous, out-of-state effort to upend Missouri’s political system. Amendment 1 – deceptively nicknamed “Clean Missouri” by its supporters – is funded by millions in dark money. It is an underhanded attempt to tinker...

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  • The time is now – Yes on Prop D

    During a press conference with Gov. Mike Parson on Oct. 18, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry sent a clear message that to reach our economic potential, our state must invest in transportation by voting “Yes” on Proposition D on November 6. Transportation funding has long been a priority...

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  • Missouri Chamber PAC releases Nov. 6 endorsements

    The Missouri Chamber Political Action Committee has released its full slate of endorsements ahead of the November 6 election. With many current state lawmakers leaving office this year, the results of this election will be critical to establishing the direction of the Missouri General Assembly moving forward. “We are asking...

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  • Missouri Chamber reports lawmakers’ grades from 2018 Legislative Session

    The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry has released its 2018 Legislative Vote Ratings. This annual ranking provides the business community with a measure of how lawmakers voted on a comprehensive list of important business issues in the regular 2018 Legislative Session. To compile this tool, the Missouri Chamber selected the...

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  • Appellate court dismisses lawsuit to remove Prop D from ballot

    The Missouri Western District Court of Appeals ruled on Sept. 4 that a referendum increasing the fuel tax by 10 cents over four years can stay on the Nov. 6 ballot. The appellate panel of three judges agreed that it was premature to challenge Prop D’s constitutionality before the vote...

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  • Missouri Chamber PAC endorsed candidates win primary

    Missouri Chamber Political Action Committee endorsed candidates Dave Griffith and Tony Luetkemeyer both won their primary elections on Aug. 7 and will appear on the ballot in the General Election on Nov. 6. Dave Griffith, a Republican, is running for the House of Representatives in District 60. During his campaign,...

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