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Missouri Grants Reemployment Rights for Certain Members of the National Guard

Law Effective August 28, 2017

Under a new law in Missouri, certain members of the national guard are granted reemployment rights provided by federal and state law.

Reemployment Rights
Under the new law, any Missouri employee who is a member of the national guard of another state and who is called into active state duty by the governor of that state (or any member of any reserve component of the Armed Forces of the United States who is called to active duty) is--upon being relieved from such duty--entitled to the same reemployment rights provided by federal and state law.

Under current law, these protections apply to members of Missouri state military forces who are ordered to active state duty by the governor.

The new law is effective August 28, 2017. Click here to read the text of the law.

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