Monthly Archive: April 2018

Apr 28

Right To Work And Other Labor Reform Ideas

MOVP Bearden April 2018

by Mike Ferguson (St. Charles, MO) – Is “Right To Work” an issue of worker freedom or is it union busting that’s “right to work for less”? What about the unions that are comprised of government workers? Should the rules be changed for them because they, ultimately, are negotiating for taxpayer money in their contracts? …

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Apr 28

Updates From the BBB. Also, Candidate Profile: Saundra McDowell (R)

MOVP McDowell April 2018

by Mike Ferguson (St. Charles, MO) While this conversation was broadcast right before Tax Day, the warnings remain relevant: con artists want to turn a fear of the IRS into an ill-gotten quick buck. BBB investigator Rebecca Phoenix describes some of the common financial scams that are happening now and how to spot them early …

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Apr 28

Telehealth in Missouri and the Future of Energy

MOVP Campbell 2018

by Mike Ferguson (St. Charles, MO) – Imagine being seen by a doctor and getting his/her help without actually going to the doctor’s office. That’s happening in Missouri and the Missouri Telehealth Network is increasing access to medical professionals with technology. Dr. Karen Edison explains how it works and how it’s helping those in under …

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Apr 28

C.O.P.S.: Taking Care of Officers’ Families. Also, How Economic Policies Affect Low Wage Workers

MOVP Ferrarini 2018

by Mike Ferguson (St. Charles, MO) – A national organization dedicated to serving the families of fallen law enforcement officers is based in Missouri. And, tragically, they are busy. Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) is based in Camdenton. Sara Slone explains what they do, the effect they have on families, and why everyone should care …

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