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Issue Position: Family Issues

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The First Right -- The most precious right - to life. David Maloney has always been pro-life and pro-family. He will work toward programs and policies that end the use of taxpayer money to fund abortions, and he will promote compassionate alternatives like adoption.

Marriage -- David supports the Pennsylvania Marriage Protection Amendment and opposes attempts to redefine marriage as anything other than one man and one woman.

Freedom of Religion -- All people in America are free to practice their own faith. It is a core American right that David will defend.

Parents Rights in Education -- As a School Director at Oley Valley, David has seen firsthand the importance of parent involvement in our schools. Schools cannot usurp the authority of parents, and David Maloney will strive for public school excellence, defend homeschoolers, and work to expand choice and competition in education. David has the endorsement and support of Students First PAC, which supports public officials who support giving parents - especially low income and working parents - more educational options for their children.

Casino Gambling in Pennsylvania -- Harrisburg cannot balance a budget and save our state economy on the hopes and dreams of slot machines and table gambling. Working families, the elderly and poor must not be taken advantage of as a source of revenue. Gambling expansion has failed to deliver the long-promised reduction of school property taxes.

Protecting the Voters in PA - David voted to pass the Voter ID Bill, HB 934 that became law in March 2012. Overwhelmingly constituents supported this law to help protect their votes from fraudulent or illegal voters.


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