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.
Michael Brown, best known for being told by President George W. Bush that he was doing a “heck’ve a job” during the Katrina disaster, sits behind a radio microphone during the pandemic, fearful for the country, not because of the death toll, but because he thinks politicians are over-reacting.
Republicans must not only retain the White House this fall, they must also hold the U.S. Senate, says Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO). If they don’t do both, he warns, even if President Trump is reelected, Chuck Schumer won’t approve any of Trump’s judges: “he’ll block every single one of them.”
After the world’s top supplier of condoms warned of a global contraceptive shortage due to a coronavirus-caused suspension in production, a reproductive health advocacy organization in Colorado has begun picking up the slack by distributing condoms to those in need.
UPDATE: The event occurred Saturday and was legal because it was related to an election, even if it could have been avoided.
Thanks to a bill signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis this week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will no longer be allowed to make arrests at Colorado courthouses, where agents have been increasingly present.
The Top Arguments Colorado Conservatives Are Using to Oppose Government Efforts to Fight Coronavirus
Here’s a summary of how conservatives are justifying their opposition to government efforts to save people from getting sick or dying from COVID-19.
Describing the metro area’s stay-at-home order as “outlandish and outrageous,” leading to a “gestapo-like mentality,” Colorado’s Republican House leader vowed Wednesday to fight it, ignore it, and continue doing his job.
Sheriff Steve Reams is the top public safety official in Weld County, Colorado. Yet even after his county declared a pandemic health emergency last week, the coronavirus isn’t his top concern. Reams is worried about socialism.
As the coronavirus pandemic causes normal life to screech to a halt, conservatives across the country are pushing for a pause in abortion services as well.