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October 29, 2018 / Press Release

ICYMI: St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial Board: No, Republicans are not the party of pre-existing condition protection. Never have been.

Yesterday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch set the record straight on who will protect Missourians with pre-existing conditions -- and who will not. While Josh Hawley and many of his fellow Republican candidates now claim to support protecting these individuals, their records show consistent attacks on these same protections that would continue if they are elected. As the editorial board writes, "Americans everywhere need to understand that as they enter the voting booths."

October 27, 2018 / Press Release

ICYMI: The Hits on Hawley’s Botched Confide Investigation Just Keep Coming

Yesterday morning, the Kansas City Star revealed that Josh Hawley failed to “even look for the most basic facts” in his investigation into former governor Greitens' use of text message deleting app, Confide. By 5pm, we learned that Hawley "never filed a written records request for documents in the Confide investigation." Instead, they "orally submitted a formal request" for documents.

October 26, 2018 / Press Release

ICYMI: KC Star: “Hawley didn’t look into ‘most basic facts’ in Greitens investigation, attorney says”

With eleven days before Election Day, Josh Hawley’s record "is once again drawing scrutiny." This weekend, reports found that Hawley's office is "in turmoil," being "short-changed" and "hollowed out" by an Attorney General that some Republicans believe is "a political opportunist uninterested in his official duties as the state's top prosecutor." Now, an attorney tells the Kansas City Star that Hawley "didn’t even look for the most basic facts" in one of his signature investigations.

October 26, 2018 / Press Release

Stephen Webber Announces “Claire Fights for Vets” Tour After Hawley Fails to Stand Up for Missouri Veterans

Today, veteran and Democratic Party Chair Stephen Webber announced the launch of the statewide Claire Fights for Vets Tour, highlighting Claire McCaskill's record of getting results for Missouri's veterans and active duty servicemembers after her opponent, Attorney General Josh Hawley, did not join a bipartisan group of 33 state Attorneys General calling on the government to protect military servicemembers and their families from predatory lending.

October 23, 2018 / Press Release

ICYMI: KMBC: Hawley Back in the News Over Limited Confide Investigation

According to a report from KMBC News, Josh Hawley is under fire over new evidence showing that during his investigation into former governor Eric Greitens’ use of text-message deleting app, Confide, Hawley’s team agreed to Greitens’ demand that interviews of his staff be limited to 15 minutes -- and told the governor's staff well ahead of time when the investigation would wrap up. As House Investigative Committee member Greg Razer told Micheal Mahoney, "We had a real investigation. I'm not sure what Josh Hawley did as attorney general, was, you could consider, a real investigation into the Confide app."

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