House leader won’t predict whether House will vote on right-to-work in 2016

House Speaker Todd Richardson | Photo courtesy of
House Speaker Todd Richardson | Photo courtesy of

Missouri House Republicans met last week to discuss priorities for the upcoming legislative session, but House Speaker Todd Richardson won’t predict an answer for one key question – whether right-to-work will come to a vote in his chamber.

Many speculate that if backers in the state House can’t find more support for right-to-work than it had in 2015, when they failed to overturn Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto, it won’t be brought up for a vote.

Richardson says a party priority is labor reform, but that the House plans to “let the process play out as we get back in session.”

The legislative session begins January 6.

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