Governor Greitens has signed a right-to-work bill into law in Springfield.
It goes into effect August 28th.
Today, I signed Right to Work. This is about more jobs - Missourians are ready to work, and now our state is open for business! pic.twitter.com/xM4zY71RH1— Eric Greitens (@EricGreitens) February 6, 2017
With the bill signing, Missouri becomes the 28th state to ban mandatory union fees.
During Governor Greitens' speech, protestors shouted loudly "Right-to-work, wrong for us!"
Seven of the eight states surrounding Missouri have right-to-work laws.
That includes Kentucky, which passed similar legislation last month.
The group Americans for Prosperity Missouri is showing its support for the measure: