Ahead of Wednesday House Debate, Rosendale Has Major Questions to Answer on Health Care

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Ahead of Wednesday House Debate, Rosendale Has Major Questions to Answer on Health Care

Rosendale Has Been Relentless in Attacks on Affordable Health Care
 

Helena, MT – As Wednesday’s U.S. House debate — the first of the general election — rapidly approaches, Matt Rosendale is no doubt frantically looking for ways to spin his abysmal record on health care.

Rosendale’s history of attacking protections for pre-existing conditions is welldocumented. Maryland Matt is also continuing his attacks on Medicaid expansion, which currently covers 90,000 Montanans across the state, has created thousands of jobs, and has proven to be a lifeline for rural hospitals and the communities they support. 

In one of Rosendale’s all-time debate highlights, he refused to say whether he’d buy a junk insurance plan for his own family. Since then, he has pushed junk insurance in direct response to concerns over coronavirus, despite the fact that “not all short-term plans may cover testing for COVID-19” and that the plans could “reject Montanans who have pre-existing health conditions.”

Kathleen Williams, on the other hand, will always work to ensure that all Montanans have access to quality, affordable health care, and stand strong against discrimination against Montanans with pre-existing conditions. Kathleen Williams voted for Medicaid expansion as a state legislator, and has developed a detailed plan to protect Medicaid, Medicare, and Social Security, which so many Montanans depend on.

Learn more about Rosendale’s dangerous health care agenda at MarylandMatt.net.

“After years of watching Rosendale attack and undermine access to affordable health care, Montanans will be on the edge of their seats to see what kind of rhetorical gymnastics Maryland Matt brings to this debate,” said MDP Communications Director Nathan Stein. “No matter what he says, he’s long since proven that he’s just a typical out of touch politician who will put his interests ahead of Montanans’.”
 

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