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CompleteColorado.com reports that emails show U.S. Senator Mark Udall's (D-CO) office pressured the Colorado Division of Insurance to downplay the number of insurance cancellations caused by the rollout of ObamaCare. A full 249,199 Colorado citizens were victimized by ObamaCare's cancellations. According to the emails, Udall's office hoped to change the definition of a "cancellation" as a way to lower the number.
While the national media is likely to either ignore or push back against today's revelations, there is little doubt the emails will have an impact on Udall's reelection bid. At the very least the emails show that Udall's office was pouring their energies into spinning bad news instead of using that energy to bring some relief to hundreds of thousands of constituents victimized by the ObamaCare boondoggle Udall voted for.
Where's the outrage??
Source - breitbart
Do you have a source that is not a biased gossip rag founded by a known liar?
Insurance officials in different states appear to have widely varied definitions of whether a policy has truly been canceled with no alternatives.
unbiased denverpost article from Udalls office - there's Udalls UNBIASED story... i'm sure he doesn't have an agenda... riiiiiiiight
reply to post by xuenchen
Wow, now it is double or triple? That is based on...?