Legal. “Roe v. Wade concluded… that women have a constitutional right of privacy over their reproductive health decisions,” she said. “Abortion should be safe & legal.”
Ban, with exceptions for rape, incest,or threat to the life of the mother.
Yes. Supports the DISCLOSE Act & exposing “dark-money donations.”
No. Called for more campaign finance transparency. Voted against 2010 DISCLOSE Act & blocked debate on it in 2018.
No. “I took the End Citizens United pledge to make it clear to people in the 5th District that PAC money won’t determine who gets in the door.”
Yes. Blocked debate to reverse Citizens United. Doesn’t support regulating indirect campaign contributions from corporations or unions.
Yes. “I believe in science & that climate change is a major issue facing our planet. We need to find solutions to creating a clean-energy economy.”
Unclear. “A number of variables drive the Earth’s cooling & warming. Humans can play a role in reducing carbon emissions.”
Mixed. Lower greenhouse gases by reducing regulations on carbon-free energy sources like hydro. Opposes regulating greenhouse gases. No on Paris Accord.
No. Stop “burdensome” regulations. Cut spending. Balance budget.
Unclear. Opposed tariffs but didn’t back Republican bill to limit new Trump tariffs.
Likely no. Wants to “ensure strong environmental protections, support clean water, healthy forests.”
Yes. Amended 2019 act to restrict funding from being used to implement EPA’s water quality standard.
No statement found.
Yes. Favors “banning bump stocks, closing loopholes in background check system” & raising legal age for owning semi-automatic weapons to 21.
Support. ACA is “far from perfect” but has “greatly improved” access to healthcare.
Repeal & replace. “Replace it with a system that puts the people—not the government—at the heart of healthcare.”
No statement found.
Yes on DACA. Unclear on other illegal immigrants. Calls for “comprehensive immigration bill that is negotiated between… Democrats & Republicans.”
Unclear. Has supported path to citizenship for DACA recipients who meet certain criteria. Open to “merit-based visa” for other illegal immigrants.
No. Says regulations hamper investment & reduce consumer choice.
No for both Social Security & VA.
Yes. “Encourage transition to cleaner energy systems through incentives & taxes.“
Yes. Expand student loan forgiveness programs, support Federal Student Loan Refinancing Act to lower costs. “What does it say about our nation’s priorities when we make it easier to refinance a car loan than a student loan?”
Yes. Federal Pell Grants haven’t kept pace with cost of college, forcing students to take on more debt as they pursue their dreams.
Mostly no. Helped craft budget that cut Pell Grant funding. Did support legislation allowing Pell grants to be used year round.
No. “Anything you can do, regardless of what side you are on, to get people to participate, that is really important.”
Mixed. Voted for bipartisan legislation to extend original Voting Rights Act in 2006, but has also voted for stricter voter restrictions, including photo IDs.
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