In their own words: Republicans say “repeal w/o replace” is “nonstarter”

July 18, 2017By jnpeters314Media Release, News, Press Release

Sen. Hoeven’s voice is (unsurprisingly) absent (BISMARCK, ND) – On the heels of a second failure to pass their so-called ‘health care’ bill, some Senate Republicans are floating the idea of repealing health care protections for tens of thousands of North Dakotans and millions of Americans without passing any replacement at all. To do so, … Read More

Cramer says individuals with preexisting conditions like cancer and asthma attempt to ‘abuse’ health care system

May 3, 2017By jnpeters314Media Release, Press Release

Congressman Cramer justifies support for Republican health care bill with incoherent and ignorant comments (BISMARCK, N.D.) – As the House gets ready to vote on the latest version of the Republican health care plan, Kevin Cramer continues to publicly support the bill – saying the measure that guts coverage of preexisting conditions is a good thing because it … Read More

DEM-NPL statement on Cramer and Hoeven’s votes to gut broadband privacy protections

March 29, 2017By jnpeters314Media Release, Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 29, 2017 CONTACT Robert Haider (701) 255-0460 DEM-NPL statement on Cramer and Hoeven’s votes to gut broadband privacy protections   (BISMARCK, ND) – Kevin Cramer voted on Tuesday to allow Internet Service Providers (ISP) to sell without permission the Internet browsing history of North Dakotans. John Hoeven voted last week to … Read More

After dozens of votes to repeal ACA and over four years in Congress under Kevin Cramer’s leadership, GOP still has no healthcare plan

March 24, 2017By jnpeters314Media Release, Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 24, 2017 (BISMARCK, ND) – After the House leadership’s decision to pull Rep. Kevin Cramer’s plan to take away coverage from 24 million Americans, the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party released the following statement: “Kevin Cramer has voted dozens of times to repeal the ACA over his four years in Congress. He … Read More