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NEW VIDEO: Hawley Caught Lying About Being Pro-IVF, Despite Risk To IVF Access In Missouri

While Hawley lies about being “100% pro-IVF” despite having a long and recent record of being anti-IVF, he’s now admitted he won’t back actual efforts to protect IVF in Congress. He’s even falsely claiming those efforts are “really about abortion” (they’re not) — proving his views are unchanged from when he pioneered anti-IVF legal arguments now being used to threaten the practice across the country.

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Report From The Guardian: Josh Hawley exposed as a pioneer behind nationwide efforts to restrict access to IVF

The Guardian // Yahoo! News

The Guardian just exposed Josh Hawley as a pioneer behind arguments being used in attempts to restrict IVF access in Missouri and nationwide. The Guardian: “Hawley said the morning-after pill, ‘may induce an abortion by preventing implantation of a fertilized egg,’ in effect the same logic accepted by justices at the Alabama supreme court that led to shutdowns of IVF.”


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Lucas Kunce Raises Most Ever As Missouri Senate Challenger, Outraises Josh Hawley Both For Q4 And For All Of 2023

Lucas continues to not only put this race on the map but to demonstrate a clear path to victory against Josh Hawley, the most unpopular Republican Senator up for reelection this cycle. 

In the fourth quarter of 2023, Lucas raised $1.54 million, bringing his 2023 total to a whopping $5.4 million raised for his campaign to defeat Josh Hawley. It’s the largest off-year haul for a U.S. Senate challenger in Missouri history. Since launching on January 6, 2023, Kunce’s campaign has received more than 165,000 donations, with a $33 average contribution and more than 98% of donations under $200 — all without a cent from corporate PACs. Kunce even had his strongest quarter yet, bringing in more than $1.54 million in the fourth quarter of 2023.


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Midwest Laborers’ (MKLDC) endorse Lucas Kunce for U.S. Senate

The St. Louis Post Dispatch

Calling him “the only pro-worker candidate in this race,” the Missouri Kansas Laborers District Council tossed its support Monday to Kunce. “Right now, we’ve got Josh Hawley, a senator who talks tough about workers on the campaign trail but votes against us in Washington,” said Brandon Flinn, the council’s business manager. The council is one of the larger unions in Missouri, with more than 12,000 members working in construction and the public sector. Kunce, the overwhelming favorite to win the Democratic nomination, also has been the overwhelming choice of union organizations so far.