Updated Jan. 11, 2018
In 2018, SB 849 was introduced in the Missouri legislature. If passed, the bill would require prospective state contractors to certify in writing that they are not engaged in a boycott of Israel. The bill applies to all companies, including sole proprietorships, as well as nonprofit organizations. Contracts worth less than $10,000 are excluded from the bill's requirement.
SB 849 is unconstitutional. Political boycotts are protected by the First Amendment, and the government may not condition government contracts on the requirement that prospective contractors forgo their First Amendment right to participate in such boycotts.
Read the bill: SB 849
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