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State House 39

1. Abortion: The 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court abortion decision.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Oppose
2. Marriage: The 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges U.S. Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Oppose
3. Marijuana: The 2016 proposed ballot measure sponsored by Arkansans for Compassionate Care to legalize medical marijuana.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Oppose
4. Taxes: Increasing the motor fuel tax on gasoline and diesel to provide funds for state highway needs.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Oppose
5. Guns: Allowing citizens who may legally own a handgun to visibly and openly carry an unconcealed handgun without a permit—also known as "open carry."
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Support
6. Religious Liberty: Requiring business owners to engage in business activities that violate their religious beliefs.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Oppose
7. Education: The Common Core State Standards being implemented in Arkansas' public schools.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Oppose
8. Term Limits: Reinstating the 1992 Arkansas Term Limits Amendment that generally prohibits members of the Arkansas Legislature from serving more than 6 years in the Arkansas House and 8 years in the Arkansas Senate.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Oppose
9. Civil Liberties: Amending the Arkansas Civil Rights Act of 1993 to add sexual orientation and gender identity to the list of protected classes.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Oppose
10. Medicaid Expansion: Continuation of the Arkansas Private Option law passed in 2013 that increased the number of people receiving health insurance through Medicaid by using tax dollars to buy health insurance from private insurance companies under the Affordable Care Act.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Support
11. Lottery: Requiring the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery to increase the percentage of proceeds allocated for scholarships to a minimum of 25%.
Bill Rahn (Democrat)
Candidate Refused to Complete the Survey.

Mark Lowery (Republican)
Support