Has the pandemic made U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner re-think his longstanding opposition to the Affordable Care Act?
At a Colorado Chamber of Commerce luncheon last week, Sen. Gardner (R-CO) once again confirmed his desire to repeal Obamacare, without offering a plan to protect people with preexisting conditions from losing their insurance coverage.
Colorado’s Republican Senator Cory Gardner is once again touting a bill in support of over the counter birth control.
A spokesman for U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman of Aurora told a reporter Monday that Coffman broke away from Trump on healthcare.
Here’s my list of key questions for Gardner. Please add yours in the comment section.
Is Gardner trying to shirk responsibility for calling the police on protesters with disabilities at his office?
Last Thursday, after a health care sit-in that lasted nearly sixty hours, nine disability rights activists with the Denver-born organization ADAPT, many of whom are in wheelchairs, were arrested at the office of U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO).
Activist groups speak out following arrests of people with disabilities protesting at Gardner’s office
Following Thursday’s arrest of ten disability rights activists who were protesting the GOP health care bill at the office of U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), leading Colorado activist groups spoke out in condemnation of Gardner’s refusal to engage with constituents and his party’s plan to strip health insurance from millions of Americans.
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 new president 100% of the time.