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August 14, 2018 / Press Release

ON THIS DAY: Super PAC Pledges $10 Million for Josh Hawley

One year ago today, national conservative Super PAC Club for Growth announced that it had already received $10 million in pledges specifically to support Josh Hawley's Senate bid. Since then, Club for Growth has used this money to launch attack ads on Claire's family that have been condemned as "preposterous" and "beyond disgusting," in the hopes of boosting Hawley's campaign.

August 13, 2018 / Press Release

ICYMI: After Being Exposed as Out of Step with Voters, Hawley Refuses to Answer Policy Questions Entirely

Last week, Josh Hawley was exposed as disastrously out of step with Missouri voters when Right-to-Work-for Less, which Hawley strongly supported, was rejected by nearly half of Republican primary voters. Now, Hawley is refusing to tell Missourians where he stands on key issues like minimum wage, Clean Missouri and critical funding for our crumbling infrastructure -- all issues that appear on the November ballot.

August 1, 2018 / Press Release

Josh Hawley and the Administration Are Still Working to Sabotage Health Care for Missourians Who Need it

According to a report from the Washington Post, the Administration today issued new health insurance rules encouraging Americans to purchase plans that can "charge higher prices to customers with medical conditions that require care, deny them coverage, or avoid covering health problems that a customer had before buying the insurance." This latest attempt to sabotage health care -- particularly for those with pre-existing conditions -- has "elicited a wall of opposition from the health insurance industry, hospitals and patient advocacy groups."

August 1, 2018 / Press Release

ICYMI: KMBC: Impact of trade-war on Kansas City’s products is huge

The Kansas City region is taking a major hit from the ongoing trade war, according to a new KMBC report. Regional small business, agriculture, and other leaders yesterday told KMBC that as the trade war continues to escalate, "they're starting to feel the pinch" and there is "no end in sight." From soybeans and cars to fungicides and aluminum items, profits from many Kansas City area exports are dropping thanks to the administrations' tariffs.

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