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Rep. Jon Conrad

Republican - WY - 19th district

39.24%

2023 Limited Government Rating

Ratings by Policy Category

90.00%

33.33%

50.00%

100.00%

75.00%

10.00%

100.00%

25.00%

33.33%

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Lawmaker Position

Imposing New Unfunded Mandates on Private Financial Institutions Concerning Financial Exploitation Assessment of Vulnerable Adults.

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Voted against Limited Government

Combatting Government Overreach by Preventing Localities from Enacting any Bans on "Working Animals" such as Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides.

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Voted against Limited Government

Imposing a Series of New Overreaching Regulations on the Banking Sector Pertaining to Third-Party Apps Such as PayPal and Venmo.

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Voted against Limited Government

Protecting Second Amendment Rights by Preventing Localities from Imposing Additional Regulations on Firearms through a Loophole Under Existing Law.

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Voted for Limited Government

Increasing Government Dependency by Expanding Medicaid Postpartum Coverage from 60 Days to an Entire Year.

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Voted for Limited Government

Combatting Federal Overreach through the Establishment of "Federal Review" Committees to Ensure Federal Actions Don't Violate State Sovereignty or Individual Liberties.

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Voted against Limited Government

Fueling Wasteful and Out-Of-Control Spending through the Creation of an Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Trust Fund Including $6 Million in Taxpayer Funds.

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Voted against Limited Government

Growing the Size and Scope of Government by Authorizing the State to Indebt Taxpayers to Construct State-Run Oil and Gas Refineries.

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Voted against Limited Government

Fueling Wasteful Spending and Weakening Government Integrity by Authorizing a Greater Amount of State Park Permit Fee Revenue to be Spent without Legislative Oversight.

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Voted against Limited Government

Reducing Regulatory Burdens for Collector Car Owners by Creating a Permanent Vehicle Registration for Cars 20 Years and Older.

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Voted for Limited Government

Advancing a Government Take-Over of the Private Sector Retirement System through the Establishment of a Task Force to Mandate Retirement Plans.

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Voted against Limited Government

Weakening Government Integrity by Decreasing Legislative Oversight of Projects Funded Under the Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust Fund.

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Voted against Limited Government

Growing Government Dependency by Expanding the Medicaid Welfare Program to Now Cover Services Provided by Podiatrists.

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Voted for Limited Government

Strengthening Property Rights by Reinstating a Moratorium on the Use of Eminent Domain to Seize Property for Wind Energy Collector Systems.

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Voted against Limited Government

Expanding Consumer Choice by Phasing-out the State's Anti-Competitive Limit on Local Bar and Grill Liquor Licenses.

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Voted for Limited Government

Further Growing Government to Now Offer Childcare to State Employees at the State Capitol.

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Voted for Limited Government

Strengthening Medical Freedom by Preventing Licensing Boards from Taking Actions Against Doctors for Prescribing Off-Label Drugs to Treat Conditions Such as COVID-19.

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Voted for Limited Government

Extending an Outdated Regulatory Bureaucracy by Reauthorizing the Wyoming Telecommunications Act.

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Voted against Limited Government

Growing Government Regulatory Power within the Pharmaceutical Industry by Imposing a Series of New Mandates on Pharmacy Benefit Managers.

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Voted against Limited Government

Increasing Health Insurance Premiums by Mandating All Policies Provide Reimbursement for Services Under the "Psychiatric Collaborative Care Model".

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Voted against Limited Government

Fueling Out-of-Control Spending by Increasing Funding for the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund by $6 Million in the Appropriations Bill.

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Voted against Limited Government

Expanding Wasteful Spending and Government Central Planning through the Creation of a Committee Focused on Unnecessary Energy and Economic Development Initiatives.

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Voted against Limited Government

Protecting Firearm Manufacturers from Frivolous Litigation by Providing Immunity from Any Crimes Committed through a Purchaser's Usage of the Firearm.

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Voted for Limited Government

Protecting Taxpayers by Prohibiting Pro-Union Mandates and Requirements from Being Incorporated into Government Contracts.

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Voted against Limited Government

Advancing the Growth of the Government Surveillance State and Even Greater Control Over Money by Studying the Creation of a Wyoming Virtual Currency.

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Voted against Limited Government

Expanding Food Freedom and Consumer Choice by Reducing Restrictions on Sales of Certain Homemade Food Products and Home-raised Eggs.

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Voted for Limited Government

Further Growing Government by Forcing Taxpayers to Spend at Least $10 Million on a State-Run Shooting Complex.

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Voted against Limited Government

Strengthening Election Integrity by Preventing Individuals From Engaging in "Crossover Voting" and Rigging Primaries.

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Voted for Limited Government

Reducing Costs and Barriers for Childcare by Exempting Part-Time Day-Care Facilities from Additional Regulations and Certification if they Oversee 10 or Fewer Children.

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Voted for Limited Government

Raiding the State's Rainy-Day Fund to Provide Even Greater Taxpayer Subsidies to Adults Who Choose to Attend a College and University.

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Voted against Limited Government

Strengthening Property Rights by Expanding Protections Against Trespassing on Private Land While Hunting.

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Voted for Limited Government

Strengthening Public Safety and Property Rights by Making the 5th Conviction for Theft a Felony.

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Voted for Limited Government

Reducing a Barrier to Home Schooling by Allowing "Collaborative Home-Based Education".

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Voted for Limited Government

Protecting Livestock by Authorizing the Usage of Artificial Lighting to Hunt Coyotes and Predatory Animals on Public Lands.

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Voted for Limited Government

Weakening Free Speech by Imposing Additional Reporting Mandates on Federal Political Action Committees Supporting State and Local Candidates.

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Voted against Limited Government

Fueling Wasteful Spending by Appropriating Funds within the Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust Fund for Unnecessary Initiatives Including the Removal of Residential Development Rights.

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Voted against Limited Government

Fueling Out-of-Control Spending by Adding $15 Million for Affordable Housing Grants in the Appropriations Bill.

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Voted against Limited Government

Strengthening Election Integrity by Requiring Election Audits and Other Reforms to Voting Systems.

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Voted for Limited Government

Strengthening Election Integrity by Requiring Voter Identification for In-Person Absentee Ballot Applications.

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Voted for Limited Government

Advancing Property Tax Hikes and Wealth Redistribution by Growing Government to Pay for Senior Housing Expansions and Upgrades.

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Voted against Limited Government

Protecting Property Owners within Improvement and Service Districts from Additional Taxation Without Voter Approval.

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Voted against Limited Government

Growing Government Dependency by Further Expanding Eligibility Under the Taxpayer-Funded Wyoming Colorectal Cancer Early Detection and Prevention Program.

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Voted against Limited Government

Forcing Taxpayers to Increase Funding for Contraceptives, Market Their Usage and Seek Funding to Expand Family Planning Benefits Under the Medicaid Welfare Program.

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Voted for Limited Government

Fueling Out-of-Control Spending by Adding Multiple Unnecessary Spending Initiatives to the Appropriations Bill Ranging from Tourism to Government Housing.

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Voted against Limited Government

Worsening Wealth Redistribution by Expanding a Program which Provides Select Homeowners with Property Tax Refunds Based on Income.

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Voted against Limited Government

Reducing Deception by Political Campaigns through a Limitation on the Distribution of Unsolicited Absentee Ballot Request Forms.

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Voted for Limited Government

Fueling Out-of-Control Spending by Channeling Another $3.5 Million in Taxpayer Funds to Community Colleges for "Inflation Relief".

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Voted against Limited Government

Improving Educational Outcomes for Students by Establishing Strong Transparency and Accountability Standards for Charter Schools.

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Voted against Limited Government

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