[NFBMO] Need for governmental affairs action

McGhee, Carolyn S Carolyn888 at live.missouristate.edu
Sat Jun 26 19:14:23 UTC 2021

Missouri reps, especially in SWMO, have decided they can ignore any federal law that they want. If they pass something that violates requirements of federal funding, for example, allowing anyone to take loaded guns on public transit even if there is a federal law saying you can’t do that. This attitude is damaging to citizens and we can’t be sure that getting something like the ATAA passed will have any impact on us. It may seem repetitive but I feel like we have to double up and hit our concerns at both state and federal level if we want Missouri reps to respect the law and implement it.

Carolyn McGhee

> On Jun 26, 2021, at 13:17, Gary Wunder via NFBMO <nfbmo at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>  The most pressing issue for us at this time is that the state legislature
> has still not passed the Federal Reimbursement Act. Without the FRA, our state will be missing out on crucial funds for the budget funded by federal money. The Governor has stated that, if the FRA is not passed by June 30th, there will be severe cuts in many departments across the state. We need to encourage the legislature to stop playing politics and pass a clean version of the FRA. _______________________________________________
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