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Senator Heidi Heitkamp (Jesse Trelstad/Grand Forks Herald)

So Much for Heidi Heitkamp’s Bipartisanship

So Much for Heidi Heitkamp’s Bipartisanship

A big part of Senator Heidi Heitkamp’s “centrist” brand, a part of the carefully cultivated public perception she hopes will get her re-elected in 2018, is the idea that the Senator prefers bipartisanship. The problem for Heitkamp is that she’s a liberal, and posturing as a moderate means you sometimes have to actually work with

Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., reviews details of an omnibus budget plan passed by Congress during a 2014 meeting. Eric Hylden / Forum News Service

Podcast: Hoeven Accuses Heitkamp of “Scare Tactics” on Graham-Cassidy Healthcare Bill

Senator John Hoeven joined me on my radio show today to talk about healthcare reform. The Senator has indicated support for the latest version of Republican-flavored reform, the so-called Graham-Cassidy bill. The gist of the bill is that it replaces Obamacare’s stringent, top-down, federal-centric regulations with block grants and flexibility for state policymakers to tackle

Podcast: Congressman Kevin Cramer House Would Probably Pass Graham-Cassidy Healthcare Bill

The national political debate is focused on the Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill right now, yet another Republican effort to deal with Obamacare after campaigning on repealing and replacing that awful policy for years. Will they be successful? Or will Republicans fall on their faces again? “This was a little bit different than the last one in

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