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Thank you for joining AIM with your time and resources to express concern to your elected officials over these pieces of business legislation!

Together we are making a difference!


Please support Associated Industries of Missouri as we promote Missouri business in our State's and Nation's Capitols.

The more companies writing letters of support or disapproval to their state and federal officials, the more pressure we bear on them to act in the best interest of Missouri's business community.

Below, we have set up the resources you will need to write your own letters in three easy steps.

Step 2:  Click on the map below to determine which legislative districts you reside in.  You can follow the links once you enter your nine digit zip code to view your state officials or use Step 3 to contact your federal officials.


Step 1: Click on the letter/s below you would like to send. Simply copy the text and paste it into your own company's letterhead.  Keep in mind, these are just templates.  You are free to edit them to be more applicable to your situation.  Go to Step 2. Step 3: With knowledge of your federal elected officials, click HERE to obtain their mailing address, fax number, and email addresses.  Now you may properly address and send your letters.

Tip 1: In deciding what media to use for your correspondence, we suggest the following priority as being the most effective: mail, fax, and email.  

Tip 2: We know your  time is precious, and if you wrote all the elected officials multiple letters and sent them by more than one media, this would be an enormous undertaking.  So, at a minimum, we recommend writing your Congressman as well as both Missouri Senators.  There is no reason why you can't write to other Congressman outside your district.  If you can do more, it would be appreciated.


Cap-and-Trade (Federal)

Missouri's "Employment At-Will
Doctrine" (State)