Legal. “These personal decisions are between a woman and her doctor.”
Unclear. Has called for the end of corporate & union donations, but not for overturning the decision.
No to limit or tax. Voted to bar EPA from limiting greenhouse gasses. Supported withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement, saying US would still keep developing “innovative new energy technologies that make our state and our nation’s energy supply cleaner, more affordable, and more reliable.”
Yes to tax or limit. Opposed repeal of Obama Clean Power Plan, saying would “increase carbon pollution, worsen the effects of climate change, and slow down our transition to a clean energy economy.” Opposed withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement.
Yes, would likely vote to confirm. “I have no reservations.”
Yes. Backed tax savings plan to help parents pay for private schools.
Historically no. Voted against banning high-capacity magazines and expanded background checks. Now would leave gun regulation to states.
Yes. Ban high-capacity magazines and military-style assault rifles.
Mostly repeal. Voted for several repeal measures, though against at least one. Prefers block grants to the states.
Cosponsored bill allowing states to impose work requirements.
Mixed positions. Called original DREAM Act a “backdoor amnesty” program, and voted against. Supported a recent DACA extension. Opposed recent bill with path to citizenship, though open to the concept, depending on specifics.
Yes. Co-sponsored DREAM Act. Also general earned path to citizenship “for law-abiding undocumented immigrants who are playing by the rules and contributing to our economy.” So potential earned path for more than just DACA recipients.
Unclear. Personally opposed but respects will of voters. Asked federal government to consult with Nevada’s governor before taking federal action, but hasn’t sponsored STATES Act.
Yes, co-sponsored STATES Act to do this. Also a bill to regulate federally like alcohol.
Yes. Raise to $15 an hour.
No. “Want there to be more competition.”
Yes. Eliminating protections for broadband users puts consumers at risk.
Mixed. Has supported some renewable energy bills, opposed other key votes. Recently supported extending credits.
Yes. Strong supporter.
No. Voted against. Cosponsored separate bill supporting counseling about financial aid choices.
Wasn’t in House during Warren bill. Has supported refinancing if market rates drop. Also supports extending Perkins program and letting student loans be canceled if recipients go bankrupt.
Yes “I helped write it!” Believes the bill “provides critically important tax cuts to Nevada’s middle-class families, boosts job creation, and spurs economic growth.”