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State House 100

1. Abortion: The 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court abortion decision.
Luke Robertson (Libertarian)
Oppose
Unborn persons must be protected under the law. Morally, their right to life must be protected. Scientifically, modern biology states that any conceived being is a unique individual and so the law should reflect this scientific observation.
Carol Dalby (Republican)
Candidate Did Not Complete the Survey.

2. COVID: Letting private businesses terminate employees who are not vaccinated against COVID-19.
Luke Robertson (Libertarian)
Oppose
The status of COVID vaccination is private medical information and businesses, in general, do not have the authority to request this information or make any decisions regarding the status of employment related to this information.
Carol Dalby (Republican)
Candidate Did Not Complete the Survey.

3. Marijuana: Legalizing recreational marijuana in Arkansas.
Luke Robertson (Libertarian)
Undecided
While the status of marijuana as a schedule 1 drug is, in my opinion, unwarranted, there are many issues surrounding the drug that require further research before unlimited recreational access is considered. Access with doctor and psychiatrist approval without medical necessity is, at the moment, a reasonable concession.
Carol Dalby (Republican)
Candidate Did Not Complete the Survey.

4. Education: Allowing public funds allocated for the education of a child to be used to pay for an education at any school the parent chooses.
Luke Robertson (Libertarian)
Support
Parents should have their rights surrounding their control over the education of their children enshrined in law.
Carol Dalby (Republican)
Candidate Did Not Complete the Survey.

5. Critical Race Theory: Withholding state funds from any public school that promotes critical race theory.
Luke Robertson (Libertarian)
Support
Public schools that promote a single political ideology are a disgrace to the education system and the inclusion of racist ideology in any facet other than to educate individuals on the ideas therein is manipulative and indoctrinatory.
Carol Dalby (Republican)
Candidate Did Not Complete the Survey.

6. Elections: Requiring absentee ballots to be notarized in order to be counted in an election.
Luke Robertson (Libertarian)
Undecided
A reasonable dialogue regarding how difficult reasonably should it be to vote should be held before a decision is made.
Carol Dalby (Republican)
Candidate Did Not Complete the Survey.

7. Privacy: Requiring individuals to use the changing room, restroom, or shower of their biological sex on government property—such as public schools, state parks, and government buildings.
Luke Robertson (Libertarian)
Support
This rule should be extended to any clearly marked room of similar use on other property for simi-public use (malls, retail stores, spas, etc).
Carol Dalby (Republican)
Candidate Did Not Complete the Survey.

8. Nursing Homes: Allowing family members to place a “granny camera” in the room of a nursing home resident for monitoring and visiting purposes.
Luke Robertson (Libertarian)
Support
The intentions behind this are clear and reasonable, however, I have doubts about possible nebulous exploits regarding this rule if the specifics of the definitions of terms therein are not properly defined.
Carol Dalby (Republican)
Candidate Did Not Complete the Survey.

9. Marriage: Making it more difficult to obtain a divorce by eliminating general indignities as grounds for divorce.
Luke Robertson (Libertarian)
Undecided
I am not fond of marriage as a governmental institution and I would support the return to marriage as a religious institution only in which the government has no say in terms of restriction or recognition.
Carol Dalby (Republican)
Candidate Did Not Complete the Survey.