Affordable Care Act
Health insurance policies for nearly 29,000 Coloradans have been cancelled this year, some because they don’t meet standards under the Affordable Care Act.
For most voters this midterm, it is indeed the economy, stupid. And Mark Udall, the Colorado senator now in the political fight of his life, agrees that’s true. But voters might not know it from his ads.
In a state balanced among Democrats, Republicans and independents, Cory Gardner has necessarily taken a tack to the state’s center.
In a bit of political reinvention, Andrew Romanoff moved to Colorado’s 6th U.S. House district to challenge for its congressional seat. But, in a sense, the district has also revamped itself.
Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and his Republican challenger, Rep. Cory Gardner, clashed in their second debate in two days Tuesday.
Sen. Mark Udall and Rep. Cory Gardner skirmished over their visions for Colorado’s economy during a prickly debate on Tuesday that featured aggressive attacks from both candidates.
With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
President Obama says a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court will jeopardize women’s health. The high court ruled some for-profit companies don’t have to provide contraception coverage to their employees.
Four Western Slope counties have the highest insurance rates in the country, and time is running out for thousands of Coloradans there who are trying to get less expensive health care.
Colorado will give health insurers more time to offer plans that don’t meet the new federal requirements under the Affordable Care Act.