Dexter says, "The eco-nuts' insistence on maintaining "wilderness" is ludicrous. We must exercise sound and wise stewardship over the land. That means building roads, fire-breaks and making sure that fauna, flora and fish can thrive."
Status: Table Motion Agreed to Y)54; N)43; NV)3
Dexter says, "The federal government should stop telling states what to do with their own gas tax dollars. For that matter they should stop taking those taxes out of the states that collect them."
Status: Amdt Agreed to Y)78; N)22
Dexter says, "California is perfectly capable of deciding how to protect their lands . . . as is every other state,"
Status: Cloture Agreed to Y)68; N)23; NV)9
Dexter says, "The EPA probably violates the Fourth Amendment's prohibition of illegal seizure than even the BATF. This rogue agency must be reined in."
Status: Amdt Agreed to Y)90; N)8; NV)2
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