Citizens are speaking up on regulations.
Is Missouri government making your life better or worse?
“My husband is an owner operator and only employee in his construction company. He is required to carry workman’s comp insurance even though there is no chance he would ever use it for himself. If he were to use it then the cost would sky rocket and would hurt his business. It is completely useless and costs us $2500 a year.” “I had my car stolen. I had recently paid for 2 years worth of license plates. The person who took my car removed the plates so I no longer had them. When I bought a new car and went to the License Bureau I was told I could get no credit for my old plates as you have to turn the in … They said no credit is given unless plates are surrendered … I lost money when I know in the computer it would show I paid for the 2 years.” “Trying to get a permit to install a septic system on a rural piece of land. The requirements for this are ridiculous and insane. I have to pay a “soil morphologist” $500 to come and inspect the soil that sits on top of the septic system… to make sure it can grow grass. DNR does not have enough people in local offices to do this. I’m paying someone $500 to tell me if soil can grow grass.”
Which departments are receiving the most comments?
Health and Senior Services
To download the latest set of comments from No MO Red Tape, please click here. (Updated 8/8/2017)