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Tort reform battle heats up in Missouri as Washington gets involved

Tort reform battle heats up in Missouri as Washington gets involved

Ad battle begins as legislation moves forward KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The U.S. Chamber has not been shy about their support for tort reform measures promoted by Republicans in the Missouri General Assembly through the chamber’s Institute for Legal Reform. They have rolled out their own advertisements as an online and television ad campaign and become


Missouri Rising releasing first TV ad in support of tort reform

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri Rising, a political promotion group focused on promoting conservative issues and bringing them to the forefront in Missouri, is releasing their first ever TV ad. This ad campaign, carrying a six-figure price tag, will be released in the St. Louis and Columbia/Jefferson City media markets, as well as Facebook and

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Missouri Rising shifts focus to pushing for legislative policies

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri’s journey as a red state made a giant swing in November, and one of the major players in pushing the conservative message has now shifted their focus from campaigns to policy. Missouri Rising first made their name during the months building up to the election, but after a dominating win

Missouri Rising announces 2017 plans

Will Lead Effort To Help Pass Right-to-Work Legislation & Other Pro-Growth Reforms, Partnering With Missouri Public Affairs Professional Mark Rhoads JEFFERSON CITY – Following a successful 2016 that saw Missourians embrace new conservative leadership up and down the ballot, Missouri Rising today announced plans to expand its efforts in 2017 to advance freedom and pro-growth

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Mid-debate responses offer an eye into Koster’s polling lead

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – While Eric Greitens and Chris Koster debated Friday afternoon, their campaigns may have done more to define the differences between the candidates and their political operations than anything the candidates could have said on stage. Greitens described Koster as a career politician and the Attorney General’s campaign staff demonstrated their political

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Cardinals’ opening day made political

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinal’s opening day Monday quickly turned political from opposition social media campaigns. Missouri Rising launched attacks against Chris Koster, running Facebook and Twitter advertisements for those in and around Busch Stadium, hoping to highlight what they believe to be “three strikes that make [Koster] unfit” to be governor. “The St. Louis