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State House 74

1. Abortion: The 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court abortion decision.
Tippi McCullough (Democrat)
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Ashton Winkelmeyer (Libertarian)
Oppose
It has divided people even further than they were before. I believe a more diplomatic/cooperative way could have been sought out.
2. COVID: Letting private businesses terminate employees who are not vaccinated against COVID-19.
Tippi McCullough (Democrat)
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Ashton Winkelmeyer (Libertarian)
Support
What private businesses do, within the law and the Bill of Rights, is their business. The Federal Government should not be interfering with the Free Market.
3. Marijuana: Legalizing recreational marijuana in Arkansas.
Tippi McCullough (Democrat)
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Ashton Winkelmeyer (Libertarian)
Support
The prohibition of alcohol is a tell-tale example of how the American people react to the Federal Government dictating morals.
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.
Tippi McCullough (Democrat)
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Ashton Winkelmeyer (Libertarian)
Oppose
Private schools choose to be private so they can make their own decisions on what they deem appropriate for their student base. Public schools have to follow state/federal guidelines BECAUSE they receive state/federal funding. So, if private schools want to abide by state/federal guidelines, then yes, they can accept state/federal funding.
5. Critical Race Theory: Withholding state funds from any public school that promotes critical race theory.
Tippi McCullough (Democrat)
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Ashton Winkelmeyer (Libertarian)
Oppose
As a teacher, the accusation/suggestion that teachers are teaching something as detrimental as this "Theory" is offensive and ignorant. CRT is not a real thing, it is something that the alt-right is using to scare constituents into voting for them.
6. Elections: Requiring absentee ballots to be notarized in order to be counted in an election.
Tippi McCullough (Democrat)
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Ashton Winkelmeyer (Libertarian)
Oppose
Have you ever had to have something notarized? It's ridiculously troublesome. We need to be expanding access to voters, not limiting.
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.
Tippi McCullough (Democrat)
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Ashton Winkelmeyer (Libertarian)
Oppose
This is pandering. Just because someone may identify as a different gender than what they were assigned at birth, does not inherently mean they are perverts. We have adequate "Family" and non-gendered bathrooms available.
8. Nursing Homes: Allowing family members to place a “granny camera” in the room of a nursing home resident for monitoring and visiting purposes.
Tippi McCullough (Democrat)
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Ashton Winkelmeyer (Libertarian)
Oppose
If a nursing home has a problem with someone installing a camera, then they are hiding something.
9. Marriage: Making it more difficult to obtain a divorce by eliminating general indignities as grounds for divorce.
Tippi McCullough (Democrat)
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Ashton Winkelmeyer (Libertarian)
Oppose
The government should not be interfering in marriage, of any kind.