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Chamber provides an end of session legislative update

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The 2014 legislative session ended on Friday, May 16, and there were a number of wins as well as several missed opportunities on Chamber legislative priorities. Among the measures that crossed the finish line were a transportation funding ballot initiative, changes to the state’s unemployment insurance system, and an increased commitment to innovation and entrepreneurship through additional funding for the Missouri Technology Corporation.

Click here to see where some Chamber priorities ended up when the legislature adjourned on May 16.  These items now await the Governor’s signature, and some of the legislature’s successes will be subject to veto.

The Chamber staff maintains an active presence in the capitol each week, providing testimony and ensuring that legislators are aware of the issues impacting business in our region. We’ve also provided a number of opportunities for you to interact directly with legislators both here and in Jefferson City.

Click here to see a snapshot of the Chamber’s state level advocacy efforts so far this year.

Supported by BKD CPAs & Advisors
Supported by BKD CPAs & Advisors
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