Missouri may have officially become the 28th state in the union with a right to work law back in February when Governor Eric Greitens signed the right to work bill into law, but the issue is still very much in flux. Labor officials are pursuing their effort to collect enough signatures to put a ballot initiative before the voters revisiting the issue. With that effort ongoing, a lawsuit was filed a week ago by two police officers and a nurse alleging that the proposed ballot initiative’s wording was unfair in that it was loaded with “embarrassing” grammatical errors. The suit also contends that the summary doesn’t accurately reflect both the legal and probable effects of the proposed initiative. Under Missouri law, if the unions collect enough signatures (currently estimated at 90,000), then the law will not take effect (currently scheduled for August 28) until the voters have their say on the issue in 2018.