Starky says, "While I favor reductions in Nuclear Weapons testing. I would not harm America's capabilities in testing while other nations continued to advance their nuclear capabilities."
Status: Resolution of Ratification Rejected Y)48; N)51; P)1
Starky says, "I believe that I would need to discuss with the President and with Pentagon officials this point before giving an answer."
Status: Motion to Table Agreed to Y)56; N)44
Starky says, "My position on military projects can not be summarized in this space. My position on various projects differs to summarize one yes or no vote."
Status: Bill Passed Y)69; N)30; NV)1
Starky says, "I would have to read the specifics of the bill. I am sorry that I can not provide a full answer at this time."
Status: Bill Passed Y)62; N)35; NV)3
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