Supported Citizens United. No position on disclosure bills. Voted to defund House Ethics office after it investigated his staffer.
No. In 2010 said Intergovernmental Panel, which measured climate change, “doesn’t even believe the crap.”
No. Access to free contraception essential “regardless of employer’s religious beliefs.”
Yes. Hopes nomination process will reveal Kavanaugh to be “committed to preserving our freedoms as set forth in the Constitution.”
No. Concerned will cause “dangerous & short-sighted” trade war, harming NM agriculture & consumers.
Yes. Supports passing constitutional amendment to allow distributions from NM Permanent Fund. Also supports universal pre-K & shifting funding from administrators to classroom teachers.
No. “I don’t think gun control legislation works.” Restrictions would divert resources to “cataloguing & confiscating the guns of law-abiding citizens.”
“Repeal & replace.” Voted for repeal.
Yes. On DACA, proposed 10-year “conditional protected status” with option to renew but no path to citizenship. Supports guest worker program, without amnesty.
No. Strongly opposes recreational legalization. “It would hinder the economic fortunes of poor people.”
No. Net neutrality rules “undermine the free marketplace.”
No. They resemble failed past policies that “reward the wealthiest people & special interests, while adding as much as $1.5 trillion to our national debt.”
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