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Story with audio comments can be found at: http://staterepday.com/PRHB136PassesHouse.aspx
 
 
House Passes Legislation Aiding Military Families

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Legislation, sponsored by Rep. David Day, (R-Dixon), meant to aid military families in Missouri, was third read and passed out of the House today.  The bill passed by a vote of 154 to 0.
The bill, HCS HB 136, would allow a spouse of an active member of the United States Armed Forces to be eligible for unemployment benefits if accompanying the spouse in the event of a military transfer. Currently, military spouses cannot collect unemployment in Missouri if they left their job to travel with their spouse to a new duty station.  If the bill becomes law, Missouri would be the 39th state to allow unemployment benefits for military spouses.
Included in the unemployment section of HCS HB 136 is protection for the businesses that employ military spouses also.  The unemployment benefits paid in this circumstance will not be a claim against the individual business but will be paid out of the larger pool of funds that the entire state pays into.  According to Day this was an effort to eliminate any disincentives to hire these individuals that could be an unintended consequence.
The other portion of the bill would also allow for temporary licensing in Missouri for military spouses who come to Missouri with their family. Consumer safeguards are included in the bill but if the spouse of an active duty military member meets the requirements they can obtain a temporary professional license so they can go to work immediately while at the same time obtaining their Missouri license or certification in that particular field.
“It’s wonderful that this bill passed with such overwhelming support,” Rep. Day said. “This bill is intended to help families in the military and put MO at the front of the line in being a Military Friendly State, which will help keep our military bases in Missouri.  The military impacts our economy each year by about 3.5 billion.  That does not include indirect benefits we receive, just direct money in our economy.”
The bill now moves to the Senate where Senator Dan Brown (R-Rolla) will be the bill sponsor.  Senator Brown is carrying companion legislation in the Senate.
 
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