WATCH: New ad highlights Hawley’s vote to block the right to birth control

July 2, 2024

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMonday, July 1, 2024Contact: JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Progress MO released a new ad today to bring awareness to Senator Josh Hawley’s vote on the Right to Contraception Act in the U.S. Senate. The new ad, titled “Watch What They Do”, is part of an aggressive campaign to inform Missourians about the […]

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RELEASE: Missourians express fear of losing birth control access during ‘IUD Express’ event in St. Louis

June 27, 2024

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEWednesday, June 26, 2024Contact: St. Louis, Mo. – Beneath the shadow of a 20-foot inflatable IUD and with the Gateway Arch in view, community leaders and citizens shared their concerns about politicians attacking their right to access birth control and IVF. Advocates had a clear message to electeds: You can’t take our […]

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RELEASE: Missouri children suffer as legislators turn their backs

June 14, 2024

Charter school, voucher expansion hurts already financially strapped public schools FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFriday, June 14, 2024Contact: COLUMBIA Mo. – The Missouri Legislature let down kids repeatedly this year, failing to invest in public schools that more than 90% of Missouri school children depend upon. This year’s legislative session was the least productive and most […]

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Under the Dome – May 20

May 20, 2024

Welcome back to Under the Dome, your weekly update on the goings-on of the Missouri state legislature. Majority rule survives as dysfunction, chaos reign in Jefferson City  The Missouri Legislature ended its session for the year in a display of utter dysfunction with only a few bills reaching the finish line despite Republicans holding a […]

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RELEASE: Massive bipartisan coalition of Missourians stops radical proposal to end 100 years of majority rule

May 17, 2024

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMay 17, 2024Contact: JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The people of Missouri came together with a united message this legislative session: asking politicians to stop their radical attack on the initiative petition process. After months of political infighting, tens of thousands of calls, emails, and meetings, plus an over fifty-hour filibuster, the Missouri […]

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