Now Republicans want bipartisan solutions on health care?
Re: “Three ways Republicans could better reform the ACA,” July 16 guest commentary.
Rep. Mike Coffman writes that “Right now we in Congress have a bipartisan opportunity to ‘fix’ the many problems Americans have in obtaining access to affordable health care … .”
May I remind Mr. Coffman that Republi- cans had six years to work on a bipartisan solutions but instead chose to make repeated attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act when they knew they had no chance to do so. Six wasted years and now Republicans want to work on bipartisan solutions? Terry Buck, Broomfield