Sign up now for 2013 AIM Legislative Session Wrap-up Regional Event

Join us when we are in your area!  If you are interested in learning about the results from the 2013 Legislative Session, please join us at any of the Legislative Wrap-Up Regional Events listed below.  Ray McCarty, AIM President, will be giving an update about Workers’ Compensation, the Second Injury Fund, Tax Cuts, Unemployment Improvements… Read More Sign up now for 2013 AIM Legislative Session Wrap-up Regional Event

AIM President Ray McCarty appears on the KZIM Morning Meeting in Cape Girardeau

Associated Industries of Missouri president Ray McCarty spent part of Wednesday morning, May 22, on the air in Cape Girardeau on the popular Morning Meeting program on KZIM Radio. Ray spent about 15 minutes talking about key legislation passed during the recently completed legislative session with host Faune Riggin. Included is a discussion on House… Read More AIM President Ray McCarty appears on the KZIM Morning Meeting in Cape Girardeau

AIM celebrates successful legislative session

From a meaningful tax cut for the state’s employers to helping hold the line on unemployment insurance claims to aiding businesses in their dealings with the Department of Natural Resources, lawmakers during the 2013 legislative session passed important legislation that will help Missouri business. “From the very beginning of the session, Senators and Representatives proved… Read More AIM celebrates successful legislative session

Workers’ Compensation and Second Injury bill passed by General Assembly

The Missouri House today passed Senate Bill 1 – a bill that would reform and provide additional funding for the Second Injury Fund and clarify occupational diseases are covered under the exclusive remedy provisions of Missouri’s Workers’ Compensation system. The Second Injury Fund part of the bill contains language agreed upon by Associated Industries of… Read More Workers’ Compensation and Second Injury bill passed by General Assembly

From NAM: Senate holds hearing on driverless vehicle technology

McClatchy (5/16, Wise) reports on driverless cars and notes that “at a Senate hearing Wednesday, lawmakers grappled with the policy implications and risks posed by the latest advancements in vehicle technology, and pondered what rules or standards might be needed nationwide.” Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) the chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation,… Read More From NAM: Senate holds hearing on driverless vehicle technology