Colorado's Senators Aren't Throwing In The Towel On Health CareColorado's junior and senior U.S. senators shared drastically different opinions on Tuesday after the latest attempt to repeal Obamacare died.
Preliminary Colorado Numbers Show Big Health Insurance Rate IncreasesHealth insurance rates could increase by the highest amount in Colorado since the individual marketplace opened under Obamacare.
Coloradoan With Diabetes Worries About Health Care ChangesCongressional lawmakers continue to try to hash out new healthcare legislation, but for many the debate has personal consequences.
Rep. Ken Buck: 'We're Behind In Getting Things Done'With the prospect of returning home to angry constituents, some of the most conservative voices in Congress are proposing staying in Washington to work on their stalled agenda.
Colorado Planned Parenthood Clinics On Chopping BlockTwo Planned Parenthood clinics in Colorado will close soon.
Colorado Patient Advocates: Pay Close Attention To Health Care DebatePolicy and patient advocates across Colorado say the failure of Republicans in Congress to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is a sign that health care will stay the same for the year ahead.
Protests To Health Care Changes Target Colorado Congressional MembersSupporters of the Affordable Care Act protested outside the office of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner Thursday with balloons and signs on the seven-year anniversary of Obamacare becoming law-- the same day Republicans were unable to repeal the landmark health care legislation.
A Winner In GOP Plans To Repeal Obamacare: Tanning SalonsAs Republicans try to shore up support for their health care overhaul, one group can't wait for the replacement: owners of tanning salons, including Ric Rooney of Colorado Springs.
Family Concerned Republican Health Care Plan Could Wipe Them OutThe family of a young Coloradan with a brain injury says if the Republican health care plan passes as is, it could financially wipe them out.
Colorado Heads Into Budget Season With Big Health QuestionsColorado officials are scrambling to figure out what may happen to the $5 billion or so the state gets from the federal government each year to cover Medicaid.
Future Of Health Care Dominates Gardner Telephone Town HallSen. Cory Gardner expressed concerns about his party's proposed plan to replace the Affordable Care Act during a telephone town hall meeting.
Sen. Gardner Among Republicans Concerned About New Health Care PlanSenator Cory Gardner is among some Republicans expressing concern about the new health care plan to replace the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare.

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