26th Assembly District
Racial profiling, using the debunked 'Climategate' conspiracy to justify opposition to green jobs legislation
"Yes I would support [an immigration bill like Arizona]...I definitely think there is a role for the state to play...those people should be taken in and reviewed to make sure that what they’re doing is correct."
"I would oppose [renewable energy legislation]. There's documents that have come out that literally have presented the fact that people are fudging numbers. I just question the validity of it."
"No, I would not [support the high speed rail project]...I just don't think it makes sense."
"Government simply needs to get out of the way and allow us to address and fix our problems ourselves."
During the campaign, Endsley promised to "fight for...eliminating the budget deficit." One of Endsely's first votes was in favor of tax deductions for health savings accounts, which added almost $50 million to the deficit.
The first bill passed by the new Republican legislature makes it tougher for victims of nursing home abuse, sexual assault victims, victims of medical malpractice and corporate negligence to pursue punitive damages through lawsuits.