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Cory Gardner and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper debated Tuesday night in a statewide televised event held at Colorado State University. Below are a selection of highlights from the debate, which you can watch at the top of this page. Asked about the outbreak at the JBS meatpacking plant in Greeley, Gardner called the workers at JBS "heroes," saying that he worked to get the company the personal protective equipment it needed to address the outbreak. Gardner, asked about his eight-line bill to provide medical coverage to people with pre-existing conditions pointed to the First Amendment of the U.
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After the stunning Republican gains in the midterm elections, pundits everywhere are trying to figure out what the results mean for , or not. What message Republicans won on, of course, will help determine what they should focus on over the next two years. But the bottom line about what the Republican wave might mean for is this: anti-gay themes, including vocal opposition to gay marriage, were almost completely absent from Republican campaigns, even those of the most conservative winners. And when it did come up, as William Saletan recently wrote at Slate.
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A senator in a tough reelection race unveiled a new front in his attacks against a well-funded Republican challenger by attempting to make marriage equality into a wedge issue. Mark Udall D-Colo. Patty Murray D-Wash.
Congressman Cory Gardner, who has been hammered for his position on social issues ever since he jumped into the U. Senate race, dropped a political bombshell Friday with his revelation that he was wrong to have supported previous personhood efforts. He said that after learning more about the measures, which would have had the impact of outlawing abortion, he realized the proposals also could ban certain forms of contraception, a prohibition he does not support. To do it again would be a mistake. Gardner, a Yuma Republican who has represented the conservative 4th Congressional District since , late last month jumped in the U.