Legal. Reproductive decisions should be between a woman and her doctor.
Vows not to reduce funding; will look at budget on possible increase.
Yes. Strong gay rights supporter, endorsed by major gay rights groups.
No. “Increasing restrictions on law-abiding citizens’ access to firearms is not effective in reducing gun violence.” Opposed expanded background checks, open to banning bump stocks. 100% NRA rating.
Formerly opposed, now supports enforcing background checks, banning silencers, bump stocks, and assault weapons. NRA rating was 79% in 2012, now 7%.
Supports ACA and Medicaid expansion. Opposes Medicaid work requirements. “Need to do everything we can to make sure healthcare coverage is maintained.”
Unclear. Investigated Planned Parenthood to confirm it didn’t do surgical abortions, but public funding is for federal government to decide.
No specific position. Hopes DC representatives “can compromise on solutions that secure our border and take all situations into account.”
Joined suit opposing Obama’s stricter overtime rules. No position found on sick leave.
Would fight federal intrusion into state marijuana industry. Also erase misdemeanor marijuana convictions and enforce current state rules to make NV “the gold standard in the cannabis industry.”
No specific stand but opposes “costly and burdensome mandates on energy providers.”
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