Residents in Aurora, Colorado who hoped to meet with Representative Mike Coffman on Saturday were disappointed when he didn't provide answers about possible impending changes to the Affordable Care Act. Hundreds of people showed up to the event to get clarity on the situation and Coffman ended up leaving the event early unbeknownst to the crowd still waiting to see him. "The Representative didn't have a plan. They expected just a small handful of people to show up," Krondia Siebert told the local station. "We were under the understanding it was a town hall meeting and they were only allowing four people in at a time." Coffman's chief of staff addressed the issue in a statement saying: "Rep. Mike Coffman routinely hosts constituent one on one meetings across the district. Constituents are invited to meet individually with the congressman to express their opinions, seek help with a range of issues, and discuss legislation. Given the volume of people who came, the Congressman met with four people at a time for five minutes each for a total of more than 70 constituents."
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