Latest GOP repeal bill slashes North Dakota’s Medicaid funding by $677 million

September 18, 2017By danielMedia Release, News, Press Release

With access to health care for over 90,000 North Dakotans potentially impacted, where do Hoeven, Campbell & Cramer stand?    (BISMARCK, ND) – A new report from the nonpartisan Center for Budget and Policy Priorities shows that the latest Republican health care repeal bill – known as Cassidy-Graham-Heller – would reduce North Dakota’s Medicaid funding by $677 million … Read More

State Sen. Tom Campbell can’t name a single accomplishment from six years in elected office

September 12, 2017By danielMedia Release, News, Press Release

Really?   (BISMARCK, ND) – Appearing on a conservative talk radio program last week, State Sen. Tom Campbell was asked which accomplishments from his six years in elected office would make him qualified to serve in the U.S. Senate. He couldn’t even name one. (Audio at 28:30)   Responding to Campbell’s inability to name a single accomplishment … Read More

Silence from Cramer & Hoeven on atrocities in Charlottesville is deafening

August 14, 2017By danielMedia Release, News, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Responding to the deadly white supremacist rally that occurred in Charlottesville, VA, over the weekend, Democratic-NPL Chairwoman Kylie Oversen issued the following statement: “This weekend, we witnessed horrific acts of hate, violence and terror perpetrated by white supremacists, white nationalists and neo-Nazis. This was terrorism, plain and simple, and it claimed American lives. … Read More

Cramer opposes a bipartisan approach to health care. Americans strongly support it.

August 11, 2017By danielMedia Release, News, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Congressman Cramer is adamant in his opposition to a bipartisan approach to improving our health care. Recently, he scoffed at the notion that members of both parties should work together to develop bipartisan reforms, saying: “That bar was so low anybody could have crawled over it. And somehow 48 Democrats and three Republicans couldn’t make … Read More

Nonpartisan report shows uncertainty, mixed signals from stalled Republican health care repeal efforts & potential move from Administration leading insurers to seek higher premiums

August 11, 2017By danielMedia Release, News, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – A new report by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation shows that mixed signals from the stalled Republican health care repeal efforts – as well as actions taken by the administration that threaten to disrupt insurance markets – are causing uncertainty “far outside the norm” leading insurers to seek higher premium increases for the coming year. … Read More