Dexter says, "If a large corporation that contributes millions to the RepubliCrats can deduct 100% of its health insurance premiums, the self-employed should also be allowed to deduct them at the same rate."
Status: Amdt Agreed to Y)53; N)47
Dexter says, "The alleged dangers of "second-hand smoke" are junk science at its worst. However, I believe government buildings should be kept smoke-free."
Status: Cloture Motion Rejected Y)57; N)42; NV)1
Dexter says, "It is stupid to try to stop something with this important potential. Just like drugs, people will do it anyway. Far better to regulate and retain control than outlaw and lose control."
Status: Cloture Motion Rejected Y)42; N)54; NV)4
Dexter says, "Even though our healthcare system is over-burdened by well-off senior citizens taking advantage of a program essentially designed to help to poor, premiums were forced from them and they are entitled to the service."
Status: Motion to Table Agreed to Y)70; N)20
Dexter says, "I will vote for anything that helps keep money in the hands of the person who earned it and out of the hands of the federal gov't."
Status: Amdt Agreed to Y)52; N)46; NV)2
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