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Missouri Chamber Wants Legislature To Protect Businesses From COVID-19 Lawsuits

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The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry will bring its 3-point plan to the state capitol with the goal of stimulating Missouri's economy.

The Missouri Chamber Of Commerce And Industry prioritizes rebuilding the state's economy in its three-point legislative agenda.

The plan focuses on transportation infrastructure, increasing job opportunities and training as well as protecting employers from COVID-19 related litigation. Chamber President Dan Mehan emphasizes the importance of states propelling their own recovery, saying "(Washington) D.C. has demonstrated an absolute ability to do nothing."

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