Seeking to build on labor reforms from earlier in the year, a coalition of conservative organizations wants top Missouri Republican senators to push for yet another special legislative session.

Date: June 14, 2017
Appearance: Conservative coalition asks for a special session on labor
Outlet: News-Leader
Location: Springfield, MO
Format: Newspaper

To speak on labor reform, occupational licensing reform, and tax reform.

Date: April 28, 2017
Time: 12:00 p.m.
Appearance: Speaking to the Greater Ozark’s Pachyderm Club
Outlet: Greater Ozark's Pachyderms Club
Location: Springfield, MO
Format: Other

The Missouri chapter of Americans for Prosperity says there are at least three boxes left unchecked: more restrictions on union draws from worker paychecks, fewer requirements for hair braiders and a reduction of corporate taxes coupled with the elimination of tax credits.

Date: March 27, 2017
Appearance: National conservative group continues focus on Missouri legislature
Outlet: Springfield News-Leader
Location: Springfield, MO
Format: Newspaper

“I think the goal here is to ensure taxpayer dollars are utilized properly, and that government spending doesn’t increase too dramatically in the effect of economic improvement,” said Jeremy Cady, director of the Missouri branch of Americans for Prosperity, a grassroots organization that advocates for lower taxes and less government regulation.

Date: February 21, 2017
Appearance: Proposed state amendment would eliminate income tax, cap state spending
Outlet: Columbia Missourian
Location: Columbia, MO
Format: Newspaper

Judge Gorsuch has continued that mainstream appeal throughout his tenure as a federal judge. Most importantly, he is known for his strict adherence to the text of the Constitution and his high regard for the Bill of Rights. He does not allow his own policy preferences to interfere with his interpretation of the law. “In our legal order it is for Congress and not the courts to write new laws,” he said, outlining a judicial philosophy that should hold broad appeal.

Date: February 20, 2017
Appearance: Gorsuch deserves a swift confirmation
Outlet: Southeast Missourian
Location: Cape Girardeau, MO
Format: Newspaper

Americans for Prosperity – Missouri (AFP-MO) today applauded Governor Eric Greitens for passing right-to-work. Less than a year and a half after right-to-work was vetoed, AFP-MO celebrated the worker freedom victory passed with bipartisan support in the General Assembly.

Date: February 6, 2017
Appearance: Missouri Now Right-To-Work State
Outlet: KTTS
Location: Springfield, MO
Format: Radio

“Governor Greitens made good on a promise to stand up for worker freedom for all Missourians.” – Jeremy Cady

Date: February 6, 2017
Appearance: Gov. Greitens celebrates ‘right-to-work’ with supporters at abandoned Springfield warehouse
Outlet: Springfield News-leader
Location: Springfield, MO
Format: Newspaper

Americans for Prosperity – Missouri Director Jeremy Cady said “At long last workers in Missouri have been granted the basic freedom to work without fear of being fired for not paying a union”.

Date: February 5, 2017
Appearance: Republican Lawmakers Happy About Right-to-Work Law
Outlet: OzarksFirst
Location: Springfield, MO
Format: Television