Tomorrow is the three-year anniversary of perhaps the most famous thumb-down moment in American history.
With Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner on record as saying nothing about Obamacare since well before the pandemic hit America–and Republicans in Washington pressing their case in the U.S. Supreme Court to have the national health care law overturned–activists stood outside of Gardner’s office in downtown Denver today and asked, “Where’s Gardner now?”
Has the pandemic made U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner re-think his longstanding opposition to the Affordable Care Act?
Everyone agrees that having health insurance is more important than ever, so why are Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) and President Donald Trump continuing to try to dismantle Obamacare, asked a group of health care advocates during a digital “town hall” Tuesday.
The Trump Administration’s decision yesterday not to allow open enrollment for health insurance under Obamacare, despite pressure to give uninsured Americans the chance to become insured as the health crisis deepens, has left Obamacare advocates wondering again whether Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) is considering reversing his longstanding opposition to the national health care law–and if he supports Gov. Jared Polis’ (D-CO) decision to allow uninsured Coloradans to enroll in Obamacare now in a “special enrollment” period.
Obamacare backers e-delivered 2,800 signatures today to the office of Cory Gardner (R-CO), calling on the senator to abandon his longstanding opposition to Obamacare and, instead, start protecting the national health care law.
As coronavirus infections rise, supporters of Obamacare in Colorado are calling on politicians, like Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), to stop trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), pointing out that the current health care crisis highlights the benefits of the national health care law, like the fact that 400,000 people in Colorado have health insurance thanks to Obamacare.
How Cory Gardner’s War Against Obamacare Propelled Him to Power–and Is Now a Driver of His Likely Demise By Jason Salzman
In a little-noticed change to the “Health Care” section of his new re-election campaign website, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) has removed any mention of his stance in favor of repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare.