Dem-NPL response to Kevin Cramer ridiculing concerns over firing of FBI Director Comey

May 10, 2017By robertMedia Release, Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 10, 2017 (BISMARCK, ND) – Today, on a local radio program, Congressman Kevin Cramer ridiculed bipartisan concerns over the abrupt firing of FBI Director James Comey, just as the investigation led by Comey into Russian interference in the U.S. election was ramping up. Congressman Cramer repeatedly dismissed bipartisan concerns over Comey’s … Read More

Cramer votes to put hundreds of thousands of North Dakotans at risk of losing health insurance

May 4, 2017By robertMedia Release, Press Release

Bill takes away protections for preexisting conditions, essential health benefits (BISMARCK, N.D.) – House Republicans voted today to put hundreds of thousands of North Dakotans – and tens of millions of Americans – at risk of losing their health insurance. The bill, which was cobbled together last minute and was not made available to the public prior to the vote, takes … 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

Statement from Senate and House Dem-NPL leaders on conclusion of the 65th legislative session

May 1, 2017By robertMedia Release, Press Release

(BISMARCK, N.D.) – Senate Democratic-NPL Leader Joan Heckaman (New Rockford) and House Democratic-NPL Leader Corey Mock (Grand Forks) issued the following statements following the conclusion of the 65th legislative session. Sen. Joan Heckaman  “Throughout the legislative session, our Dem-NPL caucus was committed to working in a bipartisan fashion on good, sensible policies for North Dakota, while … Read More