In an interview today with NPR’s Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) continued his pattern of refusing to take a stance on the GOP proposal to replace Obamacare.
Coffman once said it was “very radical” to give health insurance to millions of people who now have it under Obamacare. Now he’s ready to take it away.
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO) is making conflicting statements on whether he wants to continue to give health insurance to the 400,000 Coloradans, including 14,000 in his district, who got health insurance under Obamacare’s expansion of Medicaid.
I ran across this story about a “Rifle woman” going to Washington for a Donald Trump healthcare “listening session”. It seems strange to hold a listening session after the bill has already been committed to paper and the GOP has had more than seven years to “listen” and formulate a better healthcare plan than the Affordable Care Act.
Coffman would vote for GOP health care bill “in its current form,” putting thousands in his district at risk of losing insurance
If passed, the health care law put forward by congressional Republicans would probably mean six to 15 million Americans would lose their health insurance, according to various outside analysts.
I screen-capped a few FeverSwamp™ posts to illustrate what is quickly becoming apparent: Nearly everyone hates Paul Ryan and the GOP’s healthcare proposal.
In the protest-filled weeks since Donald Trump’s inauguration, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) has received a heavy dose of pushback from his blue-state constituents, perhaps due to his record of standing with our President 100% of the time.
Around a hundred concerned health care consumers and activists gathered at Colorado’s Capitol Tuesday to oppose GOP efforts on the state and federal level to upend health care.
In response to a bill introduced by state lawmakers that would dismantle the Colorado’s health insurance marketplace, the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative has scheduled a rally at the state Capitol to urge lawmakers to protect health care coverage.
The Colorado AFL-CIO, a leading labor organization representing 130,000 workers, released its priorities for the 2017 legislative session Tuesday.