Nixon visits Affton training facility to talk right to work

Surrounded by union and state officials, Gov. Jay Nixon visited the Nelson Mulligan Carpenters Training Facility in Affton last week to announce a decrease in workers' compensation costs for the second year in a row. Crediting training programs by unions for the decrease in workplace injuries that led to the decrease in costs, Nixon said Missouri is leading its surrounding states in safety gains.

Surrounded by union and state officials, Gov. Jay Nixon visited the Nelson Mulligan Carpenters Training Facility in Affton last week to announce a decrease in workers’ compensation costs for the second year in a row. Crediting training programs by unions for the decrease in workplace injuries that led to the decrease in costs, Nixon said Missouri is leading its surrounding states in safety gains.

By Gloria Lloyd

Surrounded by union and state officials, Gov. Jay Nixon visited the Nelson Mulligan Carpenters Training Facility in Affton last week to announce a decrease in workers’ compensation costs for the second year in a row. Crediting training programs by unions for the decrease in workplace injuries that led to the decrease in costs, Nixon said Missouri is leading its surrounding states in safety gains.