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CPAC Foundation’s Center for Legislative Accountability has begun its yearly rating of the states with 2023 scorecards for the Idaho, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Alabama state legislatures.  


The state ratings, overall, analyze thousands of bills and the voting records of individual legislators in all fifty states to assess the role of conservative principles in state governments in the past year.  


The ratings so far show a mixed bag of wins and disappointments for freedom in the respective states. While Oklahoma and Idaho showed strong conservative leanings with their Republican legislators championing border security, education reform, election integrity, and more, Missouri yielded disappointing results as Senate Republicans failed to pass key conservative legislation that would have stopped DEI in its tracks and protected parental rights.  Similarly, Alabama legislators left room for improvement in the areas of election integrity, school choice, and use of government subsidies. The Republican average ratings for each chamber in these four states reflected these performances with Missouri’s and Alabama's averages hovering below 80%, but Idaho and Oklahoma Republican averages clocking in at 83, 84, 85, and 86%. 


As CPAC continues to release their state ratings, keep an eye out for your state and see the already released scorecards at CPAC.org. 

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