Has inflation tightened up your budget?
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418 Votes

Has inflation tightened up your budget?

Yes

7

No

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Yes

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Marcus Ainsworth
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Marcus Ainsworth

we'll have to wait until the end of January 2025

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Dave DuRette
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Dave DuRette

Mr. Daniels, You seem to be an internet troll. Don't you have anything better to do than attack Gabe every time he posts a comment? Ignore him if he bothers you so much.

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Dianne Price
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Dianne Price

I really pay attention to sales.

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

Of course, it is hurting everyone, I feel sorry for anyone on a tight fixed budget, they must be in dire straights. The left is to blame, when will people realize the lefts socialist, and green new deal are damaging us all!

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Biden needs to stop the unnecessary spending causing inflation

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Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

I'm not on welfare

No

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Should Missouri employers be required to provide paid leave?

Should Missouri employers be required to provide paid leave?

Yes

7

No

5

Yes

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Harry D
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Harry D

Libs really want 30 hours of sick time for 1 hour work called Univ Basic Income. This is a great example of an organic Missouri effort to change our Constitution, you can tell by the homemade signs. NOT, another dark money effort to buy an amendment when they fail in legislature. End this BS. FJB

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Stephanie Vandas Andersen
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Stephanie Vandas Andersen

Paid leave is good for families and employers--it helps attract and retain the best talent, reducing employee turnover costs, and helps alleviate financial strain on families. It's a win-win.

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Luke Fennewald
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Luke Fennewald

Paid sick leave is needed for all workers. How can you pay medical bills if you aren't getting paid while you are sick or recovering from surgery?

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Richard Von Glahn
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Richard Von Glahn

No one should have to choose between taking care of themselves or a child and missing a pay check. This is an obvious yes.

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Harry D
Harry D

Robots don't have children.

Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

Robots work for free.

No

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Will Mason
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Will Mason

Small Missouri employers have enough problems just meeting their payrolls. More government intrusion is not the answer.

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Rick Smith
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Rick Smith

You think prices are high now. Wait until they raise them some more if this passes.

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Zaos Gonzolez
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Zaos Gonzolez

If you don't want to be an employee, START A BUSINESS. If you can't start a business, LEAVE BOONE COUNTY. It's quite simple.

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Harry D
Harry D

Businesses will leave not only Boone County but Missouri if this passes. Businesses will also try extra hard to automate and replace people with AI robots to keep their costs down. The problem with marxist socialists is that they ultimately run out of other people's money.

jhmnmm34
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jhmnmm34

You accepted the benefits or lack there of when you accepted the job. If they offer overtime see if you can store all or part of your hours for unforeseen circumstances. If not look for a company that provides leave and quit trying to force small businesses out.

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Are you keeping up with the Trump hush money trial?

Are you keeping up with the Trump hush money trial?

Yes

1

No

0

Yes

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Patricia Bond
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Patricia Bond

It is always interesting to see the results of a narcissistic sociopath in action.

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No

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