Hard to find the right category to put this one in, but former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens signed a right to work bill (HB.1413) into law in the “Show Me” state, then officially resigned as governor in the face of a long-simmering sex and corruption scandal. Greitens, who was a pro-business leader in Missouri, was facing growing pressure to resign from the state house and even staring down the barrel of a broadly endorsed effort to impeach him to remove him from office if necessary. His last official act however, was to sign the “payroll protection” bill that bars public employee unions from making political expenditures without “informed, written, or electronic authorization” from their members. In addition, the new law also prohibits those same unions from charging non-members agency fees without the individual’s consent. Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson was sworn in as Governor thereafter.