Another of the 28 states that have accepted right to work laws will have that decision second-guessed by the voters early in August. Missouri right to work laws, enacted by the Show Me State back in 2017, were actually suspended in accordance with a provision in the state constitution that suspends existing law if a petition is certified for the ballot. The Missouri Right to Work law was set to become effective in August of last year when the petition process got underway resulting in the current suspension of enforcement. After unions in the state secured enough signatures to force the question onto the November 6 ballot, the legislature advanced the question and placed it on the August 7 primary ballot, when voter turnout is expected to be significantly lighter.