Cramer and His D.C. Bosses Make It Harder for North Dakotans With Pre-Existing Conditions to Afford Care

October 22, 2018

(BISMARCK, ND) – Today Kevin Cramer’s D.C. bosses issued new rules that make it easier for states to discriminate against folks with pre-existing conditions by allowing insurers to offer plans that don’t cover diseases such as asthma, cancer, diabetes, or depression. “Kevin Cramer claims that he’s always protected coverage for pre-existing conditions, but the truth … Read More

Cramer’s Sticky Finances

October 22, 2018

(BISMARCK, ND) – NDxPlains questions why Kevin Cramer gets “so uneasy” whenever the subject of his finances comes up. Maybe it’s because he took campaign contributions from the same industries he was charged with regulating while on the Public Service Commission, causing a judge to issue him a “written spanking,” noting that Cramer’s actions were “ill-advised, … Read More

CROOKED CRAMER’S CHRONICLES – HEIDI WINS FIRST DEBATE – CRAMER’S HEALTH CARE AGENDA WORSE THAN EXPECTED & IT’S ON THE BALLOT

October 19, 2018

Welcome to Cramer’s Chronicles where, every Friday, we’ll break down the latest and greatest weekly hits about Cramer’s crooked, self-serving, extreme, and gaffe-prone behavior that puts himself and his partisan politics ahead of North Dakotans. HEIDI WINS FIRST DEBATE. Last night’s debate proved once again why North Dakotans sent Heidi to the U.S. Senate six … Read More

QUICK CLIPS: Cramer Argues for Cutting Social Security, Medicare

October 18, 2018

(BISMARCK, ND) – During an AARP town hall last night, Congressman Cramer endorsed Mitch McConnell’s suggestion of gutting Social Security and Medicare to pay for the rising deficit and reiterated his support for making changes to these vital programs. See for yourself: Cramer: “I think Senator McConnell’s simply being honest with the American people and … Read More

Cramer’s Health Care Pay-to-Play

October 17, 2018

(BISMARCK, ND) – North Dakotans have always known that Congressman Cramer will put his own interests above theirs. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that, despite North Dakota struggling with the opioid epidemic, Cramer has taken campaign contributions from a pharmaceutical company at the heart of the epidemic in at least the past two … Read More