The Missouri Senate spent a few hours Wednesday debating legislation that would bar labor unions for public workers from withholding money from public employees’ paychecks.

The so-called "Paycheck Protection" bill would also require consent from public employees before labor unions can use fees and dues for political purposes. State Senator Paul LeVota (D, Independence) says the bill should be called “paycheck deception."
"Paycheck Protection" Bill Remains Stalled In Mo. Senate | St. Louis Public Radio