With Missouri Right to Work going through in 2017, I have never quite understood if it will affect the Missouri State Teachers Association (MSTA) or the Public School Retirement System (PSRS). At each district I have been in in the Ozarks, teachers have NOT been required to join a union. However, most do indeed join MSTA for the $2 million in liability coverage, if nothing else. Are other districts normally similar? If so, I would not foresee MSTA being affected greatly since it is voluntary. For PSRS, all teachers automatically get 13% of their paycheck redirected into this pension program. Does this have anything to do with unions and Right to Work, or is it non-related and therefore safe? I am looking forward to voting on Right to Work this year. Though Governor Greitens signed it into law in 2017, enough signatures were collected to put it to the vote of the people in this 2018 election.