GARDNER’S WEEK OF FAILURE: Seven Years Ago Today, Gardner Voted To Defund the ACA (Again)
Denver, CO – Seven years ago to date, then-Representative Cory Gardner voted to defund the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This vote was one of at least 13 votes he has cast to defund, dismantle, or repeal the health care law which provides protections for people with pre-existing conditions. Gardner also supports his party’s lawsuit that would overturn the entire health care law, which the Supreme Court is set to hear one week after Election Day — just don’t ask him about it.
Facing an uphill reelection battle and voters’ disapproval of his crusade against the life-saving health care law, Gardner is trying to paper over his record of trying to gut protections for people with pre-existing conditions with a “horse excrement” stunt bill that experts and advocates have widely debunked. Gardner is desperately running ads lying about health care that fact checkers have eviscerated, calling the claims he makes “FALSE.”
To see more how Gardner has failed Coloradans, visit CoryFailedColorado.com.