No. Supports ACA repeal. Voted against bill to protect pre-existing conditions. Has said that he supports them, though, and wouldn’t push repeal of MT Medicaid expansion.
No. Needs to be addressed, but human activity is only one of several factors. Voted against bill to stop Trump administration from leaving Paris Climate Agreement.
Would suspend utility and rent payments during crisis. Supports “investing in 21st-century infrastructure.” Ensure “students and workers have access to the training they need,” with apprenticeship tax credits.
”Get economy going again, get Montanans back to work in good-paying jobs, and get Montana open for business.” Cut taxes and regulations on energy, mining, natural resources, high tech, and tourism industries.
Maintain or tighten. Criticized Gianforte’s vote for “rolling back financial regulations on large financial institutions.”
Somewhat. Supports expanded background checks and “red flag” laws. But has worked for more access and rights to hunt and fish on public lands.
No. Testified against 2019 House bill that would have further limited Montana public sector unions. “Why would anybody support people having the right to work for less?”
Likely yes. Voted in Congress against bills strengthening unions, including one to give TSA employees same rights on the job as other federal workers.
Legal. “Will use the power of my veto pen to stop any and all attacks on a woman’s right to choose.” Voted against constitutional amendment to protect “unborn human life” as “compelling state interest.”
Ban. Joined brief asking Supreme Court to overrule constitutional right to abortion, calling Roe v. Wade “unworkable.” Voted to prohibit abortion after 20 weeks except in certain cases of rape or incest.
Not opposed, but let voters decide on “a commonsense strategy that suits Montana’s needs.”
Yes. Supports state’s regular adjustment of minimum wage based on cost of living and inflation.
Yes. Would freeze college tuition at four-year colleges, and raise funding for two-year institutions. Supports federal funding for TRIO programs, supporting low-income students. Would reduce student debt.
No. Sees “market forces,” a decrease in the availability of student loans, as helping to lower cost of tuition. Focuses on promoting “trades education and apprenticeship programs” over four-year college degrees.
No. Attacks Gianforte vote on the cuts. They “exploded the federal deficit by more than $2 trillion. Multi-millionaires like him got a tax cut. The rest of us got saddled with a check.”
Yes. Voted for the cuts and praised them for helping “hardworking Montanans keep more of what they earn.”