SUPPORTED Including "unborn child" in the definition of "another" for the purpose of first and second-degree murder, manslaughter, and negligent homicide.
SUPPORTED relative to enhancing penalties for alcohol ignition interlock circumvention.
SUPPORTED natural right to carry a firearm, openly or concealed, without a license.
SUPPORTED requiring law enforcement officers to document complaints relating to administrative searches by agents of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
SUPPORTED prohibiting any new tax on personal income. Providing that no new tax on personal income shall be levied by the state of New Hampshire.
SUPPORTED prohibiting certain entry on private property for data gathering without a warrant or the written consent of the landowner.
SUPPORTED the New Hampshire Cold Case Homicide Unit and a non-lapsing cold case homicide unit fund within the NH Department of Justice.
SUPPORTED The Arizona Immigration Law
SUPPORTED directing New Hampshire to withdraw from the No Child Left Behind Act.
OPPOSED the repeal of Kindergarden in New Hampshire
SUPPORTED a citizen’s choice as to whether or not to join a labor union
SUPPORTED prohibiting the sale of baby food products containing bisphenol A in New Hampshire.
SUPPORTED establishing penalties for any person who possesses less than one-half ounce of marijuana.
SUPPORTED regulating the purchase and adult use of marijuana, and imposing taxes on the wholesale and retail sale of marijuana an ounce or under
SUPPORTED women's “right to know” act requiring by law that educational information be viewed prior to ones decision to have an abortion. A physician shall not require or obtain payment for a service provided to a patient who has inquired about an abortion or scheduled an abortion until the expiration of the required 24-hour reflection period.
SUPPORTED prohibiting partial-birth abortions and third trimester abortions
SUPPORTED providing the option of a more affordable online driver education course, with behind-the-wheel instruction provided by the parent or guardian, a larger number of teenagers may elect to be educated.