BREAKING NEWS: Former CU Buffaloes running back Rashaan Salaam dies (Full Story)
Proposed $28.5 Billion Colorado Budget Affects Transit, Health CareGov. John Hickenlooper has presented a $28.5 billion proposed budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year that calls for balancing measures affecting transportation and health care spending.
Donald Trump In Golden: 'We Will Drain The Swamp'A rally for Donald Trump in Golden drew thousands of Colorado supporters.
Colorado Health Insurance Consumers Have Fewer Choices In 2017Coloradans will have less choice in 2017 in the state health insurance exchange than in any year since the program began in 2014.
Some Coloradans Could See Huge Health Insurance Premium IncreasesSome Coloradans could see 40 percent increases in the cost of their health insurance, and that means some citizens will have to decide whether to have insurance or simply pay a penalty to go without it.
Birth Control Coverage Bill Dies In State Senate CommitteeA bill intended to expand women's access to no-cost birth control options under the Affordable Care Act has failed in a state Senate committee.
President Obama Tells Jim Benemann Coloradans Need To Step Up, Sign Up For Health CareJim Benemann was in Washington, D.C. Wednesday where he interviewed President Barack Obama about health care.
Sen. Cory Gardner: Obamacare Isn't WorkingColorado Sen. Cory Gardner says Obamacare isn't working. The Republican representing Colorado has joined the majority of his party claiming the Affordable Care Act needs to be replaced with something else.
In Colorado Interview, Clinton Doesn't Rule Out Sending Guantanamo Bay Prisoners HereDemocratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is taking heat after she wouldn't rule out the possible transfer of Guantanamo Bay prisoners to Colorado.
Hillary Clinton Talks Topics That Are Important To ColoradoHillary Rodham Clinton was in Colorado on Tuesday and CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd got an exclusive one-on-one interview with the Democratic presidential candidate to talk about the more controversial issues.
Colorado Could Become The First State To Opt Out Of Affordable Care ActAmendment 69, called ColoradoCare, will be on the state ballot in 2016. If approved, Colorado would become the first state to opt out of the Affordable Care Act and replace it with a health care plan paid for by a payroll tax.
Universal Health Care To Appear On Colorado Ballot In 2016Supporters of universal health care have gathered enough signatures to put on next year's ballot a plan to make Colorado the first state to opt out of the federal health law and replace it with taxpayer-funded coverage for all.
Colorado Health Insurer Unsuccessfully Challenges ClosureThe largest nonprofit health insurer in Colorado is fighting its forced closure by state insurance regulators.

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