Aclu Of Eastern Missouri

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Aclu Of Eastern Missouri
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454 Whittier St
Saint Louis, MO 63108
(314) 652-3111
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Troubling bill would cripple Missouri Human Rights Act https://t.co/1OflWeIqgI Tell politicians to vote NO on #SB43 bit.ly/StopSB43


RT @ACLU: Federal court calls Trump’s threats to sanctuary cities unconstitutiona aclu.org/blog/speak-fre…


RT @ACLU: The President absolutely doesn't have the authority to do this. twitter.com/thehill/status…


He was escorted out of a U City council meeting by police for speaking his mind, & denied his right to free speech. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

In January 2016, University City Mayor Shelley Welsch ordered police to remove Roberts from a council meeting while he was speaking against a resolution. Yesterday, a judge ruled that his right to free speech was violated. http://bit.ly/UCityCouncilMtg
April 25, 2017

Sexual harassment at work is already underreported – this bill will have a chilling effect on those who report abuse. Protecting abusers over victims and big business over people? These are not values that should define Missouri. But SB43 could make discrimination in the workplace the new normal. Take action. Contact your Representative and make your voice heard. Tell them to stop SB43. http://bit.ly/StopSB43
Don't let #MoLeg make it easier to discriminate.


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Sexual harassment in the workplace is reported less than a third of the time and only 15% of women who report it are satisfied with how their employer handles it. The Missouri House will take a vote soon on SB43, a bill that protects workplace abusers and punishes victims of harassment by leaving them open to retaliation. Take action. Contact your Representative and make your voice heard. Tell them to stop SB43. http://bit.ly/StopSB43
Don't let #MoLeg make it easier to discriminate.

#MoLeg wants to make hostile workplaces the new norm with SB 43 and SB 45. Tell your representative and Gov. Greitens that discrimination is wrong: http://bit.ly/StopSB43 "This combination of bills would trap victims of harassment or discrimination in the process of secret arbitration and allow perpetrators to continue preying on employees in the workplace," Carlson says. "Mandatory arbitration further victimizes victims, silenced by employers who force employees into a secret corporate system called arbitration. By forcing victims to be silent about illegal and abusive behavior which causes them much pain, in many cases the employer is able to leave the abusers in the workplace to harass again."
SB 43 seeks to amend the Missouri Human Rights Act in a way that makes it more difficult for employees to prove claims of discrimination and harassment. It would also cap whistleblower damages. The other, SB 45, makes it harder for employees to challenge the terms of arbitration agreements signed wi...

SB 43 would enable employers to engage in unlawful discrimination with little fear of consequences by erecting unnecessary barriers to victims pursuing their claims in court. It even seeks to eliminate individual responsibility by shielding from liability the employee or employees who engaged in the actual wrongdoing. Tell Gov. Greitens and your state representative that Missourians won't stand for discrimination: http://bit.ly/StopSB43
In the coming days, the Republican-controlled Missouri House of Representatives is expected to debate legislation to cripple the Missouri Human Rights Act, making it significantly more difficult for victims of