Ban. “Forty years ago, the United States Supreme Court sanctioned abortion on demand. & we wonder why our culture sees school shootings so often.“
No. Disclosure individual contributions, but “what other organizations, liberal & conservative, do to promote their beliefs is up to them.”
No. Considered prominent skeptic. Has called climate change a religious belief.
Yes. Voted for amendment saying climate change was real & serious.
No. Roll back automotive fuel standards. Called EPA greenhouse gas regulations “arbitrary & capricious.” Paris Accord was a terrible agreement.
Yes. Requiring contraceptive coverage infringes upon religious freedoms.
No. Keep ACA requirement that insurance plans provide non-copay contraception.
Yes. A great nominee. Supports states rights against federal overreach.
Even if Ford allegations true, 36 years ago, so not sure it disqualifies Kavanaugh.
No. Opposed stimulus investment. Some support for infrastructure.
Yes. Supports strong infrastructure spending for areas like roads. But also concerns about deficit, feels both parties have ducked the issue.
“I would prefer a more measured approach.” But they are “the one tool [Trump] has,” so support them & present a united front for negotiations.
No. They “severely limit our ability to build the international support need to keep China in check.” Retaliatory actions will hurt North Dakota.
No. Opposed Betsy DeVos’s “preference for private schools and… taking public funds away from public schools.”
No. “Marriage is defined in Scripture.” Supreme Court ruling was “another example of activist judges overstepping their authority.”
Full repeal. “An insult to the Constitution & the conscience.” Would require covering patients with pre-existing conditions but let insurance companies charge more for them.
Support, but improve. “Everyone should have access to affordable, quality care,” whatever pre-existing conditions. North Dakota families need same quality care that helped her beat breast cancer.
No. DACA was “unlawfully put together.” Recipients must return to home country before applying for citizenship.
Yes, with conditions. Voted for several bills coupling with border security increase, & in one case with restrictions on legal immigration.
No. Plans to vote against it: “We don’t need any more mind-altering substances on the market.”
No. Reducing regulations is a better way to improve job opportunities.
Praised FCC ruling ending Obama Net Neutrality rules. Said other ways to protect internet.
Yes. Strong supporter. Voted to reverse FCC repeal of net neutrality.
Early & vocal supporter: Voted with Trump 99% of time.
Mixed support & opposition: 55% of time. “I don’t think either party has all the right answers.”
No. Incentivize US fuel production. Let green energy tax credits & deductions lapse.
Advocates an all-of-the-above approach that includes tax incentives for renewables, particularly wind power.
Rejected this approach. Favored tying to interest rates. Supported end to student loan interest deduction.
Yes. Introduced related bill. Challenged Dept of Education possibly revoking public service loan forgiveness.
Yes. They were “the best Christmas gift Washington [could] give.”
Unknown. When asked about ND voting laws, deferred to state Republican Party for comment.
No. Has criticized unnecessary voter ID laws in ND that “clearly target” Native Americans & students.