Dexter says, "Even though such resolutions are meaningless in the real world, I'll vote for all measures that get the fedgov out of areas where it doesn't belong."
Status: Amdt Rejected Y)40; N)55; NV)4
Dexter says, "While I know we must find alternative energy sources, I do not believe it is the feeral government's duty to do so. Private enterprise will find solutions with no other funding that the potential for profits."
Status: Motion Agreed to Y)60; N)39; NV)1
Dexter says, "Nuclear waste is a real problem, one that cannot be solved by avoiding it. We need to find solutions. In Utah, the Goshutes have tried to use their sovereign territor"
Status: Bill Passed Y)65; N)34; NV)1
Dexter says, "It has proven to be an absolutely stupid idea. This and the MTBE fiasco prove that politicians should stay away from science they don't understand."
Status: Table Motion Agreed to Y)50; N)50; VP decided YES
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