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Tax and Fiscal

Grade: B-

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Energy and Environment

Grade: C+

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Law and Scope of Government

Grade: B+

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Workforce and Labor

Grade: B+

An analysis of Scotts’ record shows a generally strong commitment to limited government principles surrounding labor policy and promoting employment. As Senator, he supported welfare reforms to decrease government dependency and opposed measures which grew labor union power. However, his record is a little mixed when it comes to protecting businesses from overreaching labor regulations.

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HR 2617 Amd. 6595 (2022)

Voted to Impose Overreaching New Federal Mandates on the Private Sector Concerning Workplace Breast Feeding.

+1

HJR 100 Amd. 6503 (2022)

Voted to Delay Government interference in Private Negotiations between the Railroad Industry and Unions.

+3

SCR 11 Amd. 665 (2015)

Voted to Protect Taxpayers and Combatted Unions by Prohibiting Project Labor Agreement Mandates for Government Contracting.

+3

SCR 11 Amd. 798 (2015)

Voted to Block the Enactment of Federal Paid Sick Leave Mandates onto the Private Sector which Hikes Employment Costs.

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Regulations

Grade: B+

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Individual Liberties

Grade: A-

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Education

Grade: A-

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Healthcare

Grade: A-

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Local and National Security

Grade: B

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Free Speech and Elections

Grade: A

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