Attorney General Josh Hawley is a conservative constitutional attorney, he was elected as the 42nd Attorney General for the State of Missouri on Nov. 8, 2016 and is the first Republican Attorney General in Missouri since 1993. He is running for the US Senate in 2018. After law school, he earned clerkships at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. Hawley is a constitutional lawyer and a recognized national expert on the Constitution. He has litigated in the Supreme Court of the United States, most of the federal courts of appeals, federal district courts and state courts across the country. Hawley is also a former professor of law at the University of Missouri. Since becoming Attorney General, Hawley has made ethics reform, fighting Washington overreach, combatting human trafficking and attacking the Opioid Crisis his top priorities. Hawley’s first official act as AG was to implement the toughest ethics policy of any Attorney General’s office in America. Under his leadership, Missouri has become a national leader in the fight for small business and against the job-killing Washington bureaucracy.
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