Find out how your state legislators voted on bills impacting the family with CAP's Family Issues Voting Records.

Voting Records

Many of you likely watched the scene unfold in Indiana last month ...

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    Promoting and Defending...

    Life

    The sanctity of human life should be protected from its very beginning to its natural end.
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    Marriage & Family

    Marriages and families should be strengthened by public policy, not attacked or weakened.
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    Religious Liberty

    Religious liberty should be affirmed and free from government interference.
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    How did they vote?

    How did they vote?

    Family Issues Voting Record

    See how your legislators voted on key issues impacting life, marriage and family, and religious liberty.

    Who Represents You?

    Who Represents You?

    Contact Your Elected Officials

    Find out who your elected leaders are and how to contact them. 

    Litigation Center

    Litigation Center

    Legislation being Litigated

    The fight to defend life, marriage and family, and religious liberty does not end with the governor's signature on a bill.

    The Policy Pages

    The Policy Pages

    A Guide to Family Issues

    A comprehensive resource that provides the latest data and research on the issues of life, marriage and family, and religious liberty.

    Bill Tracker

    SB 1088: ESAs; Eligibility

    Failed to receive House Third Read...

    SB 1434: ESA Eligibility for Waitlisted Students

    Failed to get out of Senate...

    SB 1318: Stopping Taxpayer Funded Abortion Coverage

    3/30 Signed by Governor Ducey...

    HB 2325: Charitable Tax Credit; Inflation Indexing

    3/18 Struck in Senate Finance Committee...

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