Legal. Opposed bill to ban abortion after 20 weeks unless women’s life was at risk or pregnancy was from rape or incest.
Yes, on disclosure. Sponsored bills to reverse Citizens United, & require tax-exempt social welfare organizations that run political ads to reveal donors.
Supported Citizens United. No position on disclosure bills. Voted to defund House Ethics office after it investigated his staffer.
Yes. It would be irresponsible to ignore human impact on the changing climate. Modern science should guide our policy.
No. In 2010 said Intergovernmental Panel, which measured climate change, “doesn’t even believe the crap.”
Yes. Says: Limit greenhouse gases, join Paris Climate Accord, lead on renewable energy—50% of energy from renewables by 2030, 80% by 2040.
No. “Burdensome regulations are killing jobs & driving up energy prices.” Voted to prohibit EPA from regulating greenhouse gases. Called Paris Accord an unfair deal for Americans.
No. Access to free contraception essential “regardless of employer’s religious beliefs.”
Yes. “This is not an issue of birth control, it’s an issue of government control.”
No. His “reactionary judicial record threatens decades of progress for” woman’s rights, LGBTQ rights, civil rights, & access to healthcare.
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.
Some reservations. “I will not support putting our businesses at a disadvantage & raising prices on our 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.
Yes. “Vouchers break link of low-income & low-quality schools.”
Yes. Find sources of money to replace lottery. In Congress opposed budget that would have lowered Pell Grants.
Yes. Supported NM marriage equality before Supreme Court ruling.
Yes. Strengthen background checks, ban assault weapons & high-capacity magazines. Ban anyone convicted of domestic violence from buying guns.
No. “I don’t think gun control legislation works.” Restrictions would divert resources to “cataloguing & confiscating the guns of law-abiding citizens.”
Supports ACA, voted against repeal. Protect & strengthen Medicaid.
“Repeal & replace.” Voted for repeal.
No. Opposed work requirements enacted by current governor Susana Martinez.
No. Willing to shut down government to stop any public funding of them.
Yes. Worked to protect their status. Supports earned path to citizenship, for DACA recipients and illegal immigrants in general.
Yes. On DACA, proposed 10-year “conditional protected status” with option to renew but no path to citizenship. Supports guest worker program, without amnesty.
Yes. Supported NM medical marijuana program & voted in Congress to protect. Supports recreational legalization.
No. Strongly opposes recreational legalization. “It would hinder the economic fortunes of poor people.”
Yes. Supports raising to $10 immediately, & to $12 in 4 years, indexed to inflation.
Yes. Co-sponsored Congressional resolution to reinstate net neutrality.
No. Net neutrality rules “undermine the free marketplace.”
Yes. Committed to facilitating investments in renewable energy sector.
No. Wants to “support every form of energy.” Voted repeatedly against credits or support for renewables.
Yes. Backed Elizabeth Warren proposal to lower student interest rates by taxing the wealthy. Also backed Pell Grant support & financial aid for people not pursuing 4-year degree.
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.”
No. “Burdensome voter ID laws & purging of voter registration rolls… disproportionately impact poor, elderly, disabled & Americans of color.”
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