Issues

Opioids & Addiction

Shame and stigma prevent too many Americans from receiving the help they need when struggling with addiction and mental health concerns. Trudy will champion individuals and families struggling with addiction, invest in recovery, and stand up to the pharmaceutical industry for their part in the opioid crisis. In the U.S. Senate, Trudy will prioritize funding

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Public Safety

Trudy believes that public safety is a fundamental right for all Missourians. Our communities can’t flourish with skyrocketing crime. In the U.S. Senate, Trudy will support robust funding for law enforcement and first responders to crack down on violent crime, conduct long term investigations into drug trafficking, and promote community-oriented policing programs. Trudy is a

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Children & Families

Trudy will protect our future by investing in children and supporting families. She supports quality, affordable childcare and knows that our economy can only flourish when women can fully participate in the workforce. As a nurse and grandmother, Trudy knows that early childhood is one of the most crucial phases of life. That’s why Trudy

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Health Care

Trudy believes that every American deserves quality, affordable health care. In the U.S. Senate, Trudy will protect health care coverage for Missourians, cut the cost of prescription drugs, and hold big insurance and pharmaceutical companies accountable for jacking up prices. She will also fight attempts to strip Missourians of their health care or to remove protections

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Voting Rights

The ability to freely participate in elections is the cornerstone of American democracy. But right now, dozens of states are passing legislation to make it more difficult to vote. Extremist politicians have conveniently sold the myth that voter fraud is widespread and stealing our elections. Trudy knows that our democracy is under attack right now,

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Gun Violence

We face a gun violence epidemic in our country. There have already been more than 200 mass shootings in 2022. Nearly 60 percent of Americans know someone who has experienced gun violence. And today, guns are the leading cause of death for children in our country.  Time and time again, our elected leaders have shown

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