Legal. Women should have the right to make their own personal decisions.
Yes. Clean energy & energy efficiency are job engines, but also “keys to addressing climate change that threatens the Great Lakes & Ohio farmland.”
Would legalize . Supports Issue 1 (See Politifact check) as alternative to failed drug & incarceration policies. “Can’t arrest way out of opioid crisis,” so fund treatment & prevention programs, train law enforcement, & boost state support for families.
Opposes recreational marijuana legalization or decriminalization. Sued Toledo when the city passed municipal decriminalization. Also opposes Issue 1.
To help address opioid crisis, expand substance-abuse & early intervention programs, and add drug courts.
Yes. Advocates increased funding for universal pre-K ($140 million per year) & more equitable funding of primary & secondary schools.
Unclear on general K-12. Supports increased pre-K funding, but when in Senate opposed Head Start funding.
Yes. Proposes free community college for all Ohioans. Expand Columbus State Preferred Pathways program that guarantees admission to partner 4-year colleges & enables students to easily transfer credits.
Unclear. Wants improved college affordability, new funding to produce more computer science teachers, & tying part of state funding to “post-graduate job attainment.” Might consider free community college.
Yes. “Long-term supporter.”
Supports ACA. On Medicaid expansion, 700,000 Ohioans have access to health care “who will not have it if it goes away.”
Repeal ACA, believes could still keep pre-existing condition coverage. “Medicaid expansion is financially unsustainable,” but would keep for now with added work requirements.
Yes. Embrace DACA recipients & create “pathways to citizenship for all immigrants who love & respect our nation.”
Co-sponsored 2005 DREAM Act, & let DACA recipients apply for driver’s licenses, but defended Trump’s executive orders on immigration.
No. “Would do everything to stop.”
No stand found.