AIM Legislative Policies
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AIM's 2012 Legislative Agenda
AIM accomplished half of its 2011 priorities. The governor vetoed one of those bills. So, in 2012, AIM has reformed its legislative agenda to include more specific items, consisting of: the "Broad-Based Tax Relief Act of 2012", specific Second Injury Fund Reforms, and a second attempt at employment law reforms.
The Planning & Policy Committee meets annually to discuss and approve legislative priorities for the upcoming legislative session. These are the priority items that AIM will fight for in 2012. If you have any questions regarding the priorities, please contact the AIM office at 573-634-2246.
AIM's 2011 Legislative Agenda
Associated Industries of Missouri meets annually to discuss and approve legislative priorities for the upcoming legislative session. In November 2010, the AIM Policy and Planning Committee presented eight priorities to the full Board of Directors. All eight were debated and approved unanimously.
If you have any questions regarding the priorities, please contact the AIM office at 573-634-2246.
Side-by-Side Comparison of 2011 Redistricting Maps
Every ten years, the Missouri General Assembly is charged with redrawing Missouri's district lines for Congressional leaders. Click above to view a side-by-side comparison of the Missouri House and Senate maps.
AIM's 2010 Legislative Agenda
After gathering input from the membership, AIM's Board of Directors adopted our 2010 Legislative Agenda on November 12th, 2009. This is a specific document which guides the association while taking positions on specific issues during each legislative session.
|AIM's Legislative Policy
Each year, Associated Industries of Missouri reexamines its wide reaching legislate policies to ensure they include new items as well as ensure existing positions remain relevant to today's business climate. This is a general document states what AIM stands.