Dexter says, "Art subsidies/artist welfare is not a proper role of the federal gov't. Further, the NEA has on several occasions proved itself completely insensitive to the American people's beliefs and therefore cannot be trusted with our tax money."
Status: Motion to Table Agreed to Y)80; N)16; NV)4
Dexter says, "Any campaign finance reform measure must be a constitutional amendment to be effective."
Status: Cloture Motion Rejected Y)53; N)47
Dexter says, "Yes, but it will have to be a constitutional amendment to be effective."
Status: Conf Rpt Agreed to Y)69; N)31
Dexter says, "Sen. Hatch has been in office almost since leaving college and now he's a millionaire. The Senate doesn't pay that well. Where did his wealth come from."
Status: Amdt Failed Y)39; N)60; NV)1
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