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May 24, 2018 / Press Release

ICYMI: KC Business Journal Editor’s Notebook: The man with the Yale beanie belittles higher ed

Today, Kansas City Business Journal Managing Editor Russell Gray criticized Josh Hawley for his comments decrying higher education as "worthless," calling Hawley's comments "dangerous" and noting that Hawley "should know better" given that he received an undergraduate degree from Stanford, a law degree from Yale, and worked at Mizzou. Russell goes on to make a case for the power of education, pointing out that Hawley "engages in policy malpractice every time he recklessly trots out this piece of his stump speech."

May 24, 2018 / Press Release

#TBT: Lawsuit Gets Answers from Greitens After Hawley Fails to Do His Job

Last week, the Springfield News-Leader outlined how Josh Hawley has been desperately failing to do his job as Attorney General. Months after Hawley cleared Governor Greitens in his use of text message-deleting app Confide, a lawsuit against the Governor has yielded more answers than Hawley's investigation "in large part because the lawyer working the case didn't shy away from asking questions."

May 22, 2018 / Press Release

ICYMI: Vox: Harley-Davidson took its tax cut, closed a Missouri factory, and rewarded shareholders

Today, Vox highlighted yet another harmful impact of the Republican tax plan for Missouri workers and families. Instead of using its tax cut to benefit workers, Harley-Davidson is closing its plant in Kansas City and handing nearly $700 million back to its shareholders. As Vox noted, "It’s a pattern that’s played out over and over since the tax cuts passed — companies profit, shareholders reap the benefits, and workers get left out."

May 18, 2018 / Press Release

Under Fire from Missouri Republicans, Josh Hawley Flees to Fundraise with National GOP Elites

In the wake of scathing reports about Missouri Republicans' frustration with Josh Hawley's refusal to campaign, Hawley is fleeing Missouri to hob-knob with national GOP elites and high-dollar donors. Hawley is jetting off to Indiana today for a fundraiser with Vice President Pence, followed by a closed-door Washington D.C. fundraiser with Mitch McConnell and Republican Senate leadership on Tuesday. Wonder how local Missouri Republican leaders, who this week said they feel like Hawley "doesn't care" about them and is "arrogant," feel about this latest fundraising trip...

May 17, 2018 / Press Release

ICYMI: Mark Reardon and Politico’s Alex Isenstadt Discuss Republican Frustration with Hiding Hawley

On the heels of a Politico report highlighting Republican frustration with Josh Hawley's lifeless campaign, Politico reporter Alex Isenstadt joined St. Louis conservative radio host Mark Reardon to discuss what Missouri Republicans had to say about Hawley's inaccessibility. As Reardon put it, "if a guy can't have courage to come on in what would be deemed friendly territory to answer questions, why should people support that person for the U.S. Senate?"

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