North Dakota in “Eye of Trade Storm”

September 20, 2018By Media Release, News, News Clips, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Kevin Cramer is “betting the farm on the president,” choosing to stand with the president 100 percent of the time even as “[t]he trade dispute continues to drive soybean prices lower, as China’s retaliatory tariffs hurt orders for soybeans.” Just this week, “soybean prices fell to a decade-low” – a result of … Read More

Cramer’s Long History of Jeopardizing Coverage for Pre-Existing Conditions

September 19, 2018By Media Release, News, News Clips, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – Kevin Cramer’s history of jeopardizing coverage for pre-existing conditions goes back long before the AHCA and his endorsement of the partisan lawsuit that would get rid of the current health care law. Once elected to Congress, Cramer voted five times to repeal the current health care law without a replacement, which would … Read More

Cramer Gets Three Pinocchios for Health Care Claim on Pre-Existing Conditions

September 19, 2018By Media Release, News, News Clips, Press Release

Washington Post: Would the House GOP plan have prevented ‘price discrimination’ against people with preexisting conditions? By Glenn Kessler September 19, 2018 Key Points: [W]e are going to examine Cramer’s statement that the American Health Care Act (AHCA), passed in the House, had safeguards that prevented price discrimination as a result of preexisting conditions. (The … Read More

Cramer Missing in Action on Farm Bill

September 18, 2018By Media Release, News, News Clips, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – With the deadline looming to pass a bipartisan Farm Bill before it expires on September 30th, Kevin Cramer is nowhere to be found. North Dakotans rely on a strong Farm Bill, especially now that the Cramer-endorsed trade war is escalating. But rather than working on behalf of North Dakotans, Cramer is taking … Read More

Cramer Supports DeVos’ Anti-North Dakota Education Agenda

September 18, 2018By Media Release, News, News Clips, Press Release

(BISMARCK, ND) – What does it cost to convince Kevin Cramer to support an anti-public education, anti-North Dakota agenda? Apparently only $21,600. That’s how much Cramer has taken in campaign contributions from the DeVos family. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, who “made her reputation by undermining public schools,” was overwhelmingly opposed during her confirmation hearing: … Read More