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Rep. Jason Stephens

Republican - OH - 93rd district

77.50%

2022 Limited Government Rating

Ratings by Policy Category

100.00%

91.67%

100.00%

100.00%

62.50%

62.50%

30.77%

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33.33%

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Lawmaker Position

Strengthening Property Rights by Holding Rioters Accountable for Damage and Injury.

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Voted for Limited Government

Reducing Employment Barriers and Expanding Competition by Enacting Occupational Licensing Reciprocity.

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Voted for Limited Government

Strengthening Property Rights and Maintaining Housing Affordability by Preventing All Local Governments from Imposing Rent Controls.

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Voted for Limited Government

Ensuring Public and Charter Schools can Hire the Most Effective Educators by Extending their Flexibility to Employ Substitute Teachers based on their Own Education Standards.

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Voted for Limited Government

Bolstering Innovation in the Financial Industry through the Creation of a "Regulatory Sandbox" Program.

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Voted for Limited Government

Increasing Government Dependency by Expanding Medicaid Under Obamacare to Include Coverage of Doula Services.

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Voted against Limited Government

Infringing Private Contracting Rights through Government Overreach into the Governance Practices of Private Homeowners Associations.

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Voted against Limited Government

Strengthening Election Integrity through a Constitutional Amendment to Prohibit Non-Citizens from Voting in Local Elections.

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Voted for Limited Government

Increasing Public Safety through a Constitutional Amendment Reforming how Bail Determinations are Made.

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Voted for Limited Government

Providing Citizens and Lawmakers Greater Ability to Challenge Executive Branch Regulations and Actions.

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Voted for Limited Government

Advancing Government Overreach through a New Mandate that Smoke Alarms in Private Homes Contain 10 Year Sealed Batteries.

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Voted against Limited Government

Blocking the Seizure of Firearms without Due Process through "Extreme Risk Protection Orders".

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Voted for Limited Government

Increasing Ohio Energy Production by Advancing Oil and Gas Drilling Beneath State-Owned Land.

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Voted for Limited Government

Strengthening Property Rights through the Removal of Overreaching State Regulations on Ephemeral Streams.

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Voted for Limited Government

Hiking Costs and Regulatory Burdens through New Licensing Mandates on Commercial Roofing Contractors.

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Voted against Limited Government

Expanding Cronyism through Numerous Tax Credits and Carve-Outs to Government-Favored Industries and Property Owners.

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Voted against Limited Government

Strengthening Second Amendment Rights by Enacting "Constitutional Carry" Allowing Qualified Adults 21 and Older to Carry a Concealed Firearm without a Special Permit.

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Voted for Limited Government

Safeguarding Second Amendment Rights During States of Emergency by Prohibiting Firearm Seizures or Business Shutdowns.

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Voted for Limited Government

Strengthening School Security by Permitting School Boards to Train and Arm Certain School Staff Members.

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Voted for Limited Government

Combatting Lawsuit Abuse by Requiring Employees to Provide Written Consent to Being Named Plaintiffs in Overtime-Related Lawsuits.

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Voted for Limited Government

Strengthening Individual Liberties by Prohibiting Local Bans on Tobacco and Alternative Nicotine Products.

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Voted for Limited Government

Reducing Frivolous Litigation by Providing Liability Protections to Camp Operators.

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Voted for Limited Government

Over-Criminalizing Cell Phone Usage While Driving by Changing Violations from a Secondary to Primary Offense.

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Voted against Limited Government

Blocking a Mandate which Forces Private Firearm Businesses to Distribute Brochures to Customers on Firearm Laws and Regulations.

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Voted for Limited Government

Protecting Property Owners from Excessive Taxation by Limiting the Ability of Local Governments to Contest Property Valuation.

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Voted for Limited Government

Blocking a Ban on "Large Capacity Magazines" and a Mandate that Private Firearm Sales Undergo Background Checks through FFLs.

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Voted for Limited Government

Slightly Reducing the State's Overreaching Cosmetology Licensing Mandates.

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Voted for Limited Government

Expanding Cronyism by Hiking Subsidies and Payouts Under the Historic Building and Opportunity Zone Tax Credit Programs.

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Voted against Limited Government

Spurring Economic Growth by Requiring State Agencies to Reduce their Regulations by 30% by 2025.

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Voted for Limited Government

Strengthening Individual Liberties by Preventing Localities from Infringing on the Right to Own or Carry Knives.

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Voted for Limited Government

Providing Broad Tax Relief to Small Business Owners through a Mechanism that Allows Avoidance of the Federal $10k Cap on SALT Deductions.

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Voted for Limited Government

Increasing Health Insurance Premiums by Mandating All Policies Provide Additional Mammography Coverages.

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Voted against Limited Government

Driving Up Health Insurance Premiums Through New Government Mandates Concerning the Calculation of Co-Pay Deductibles for Private Healthcare Plans.

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Voted against Limited Government

Strengthening Individual Liberties by Authorizing Alcoholic Beverage Sales at Automotive Drag Racing Events.

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Voted for Limited Government

Expanding Cronyism and Out-of-Control Spending through a Bloated Capital Projects Budget that Provides over $600 million in Subsidies to Intel Corporation.

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Voted against Limited Government

Reduce Voter Fraud by Strengthening Election Integrity through Voter ID and other Reforms to Mail-in-Voting.

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Voted for Limited Government

Reducing Costs and Expanding Access to Pharmaceutical Drugs by Authorizing Remote Dispensing Pharmacies.

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Voted for Limited Government

Hiking Taxes on Nicotine Users by Authorizing an Additional Tax on Vaping Products in Cuyahoga County to Fund the Arts.

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Voted against Limited Government

Reducing Bureaucratic Red Tape to Building and Development by Establishing an Expedited Appeals Process for Permitting Decisions.

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Voted for Limited Government

Expanding Employment Opportunities and Combatting Lawsuit Abuse through Revisions to the State's Overtime Laws.

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Voted for Limited Government

Reducing Unemployment Insurance Fraud through Multiple New Verification Requirements.

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Voted for Limited Government

Expanding Cronyism by Providing Employers with $25,000 in Income Tax Credits for Commercial Vehicle Operator Training Expenses.

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Voted against Limited Government

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