2020 SFCS Policy Platform

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Our policy platform based out of the direct experience of our clients, voices of our staff, and expertise of coalition members. Each day, we see the devastating consequences public policies have on our clients, and we are called to advocate for a world in which all are valued.

Immigration Policy Updates 2020

Monthly updates that track changes in federal, state, and local changes in immigration policy.


In Review: 2019-2020 Legislative Session

The Missouri Legislative Session ended on May 15, 2020. In positive news, many of the destructive bills we advocated against during the session did not pass. Unfortunately, the Higher Education Budget passed with language prohibiting public colleges and universities from offering in-state tuition or scholarship to undocumented students. We do expect that many of the bills below will return next session, and we will be ready to testify and continue to educate the public to ensure they do not pass.

You can view the sessions bills and our priorities here: Download the One-Pager

2019-2020 Legislative Priorities

Pick an issue, learn more, and call or write your legislator to help us advocate for a Missouri where all are valued. Find your legislator here. 

Pass the Immigrant Tenant Protection Act

The Immigrant Tenant Protection Act of Missouri prohibits landlords from disclosing or threatening to disclose the immigration status of their tenants for reasons of intimidation or retaliation.

Pass In-State Tuition for Undocumented Students

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Tell your legislator to oppose SB 642, which mandates that public institutions of higher education charge international tuition rates to undocumented students.

Tell your legislator to support House Bill 1423 and House Bill 1863, which establish in-state tuition for undocumented students.

Oppose the Police-to-ICE Pipeline

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Forcing municipalities to divert funding toward immigration enforcement rather than local public safety concerns is bad for public safety and undermines the trust between local law enforcement and the families they serve. Tell your Senator to oppose SB 589.