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Democrats made quick work Wednesday of a Republican plan to reimburse residents fined next year for not buying health insurance, rejecting the proposal 7-4.
Colorado’s state-run insurance exchange says it’s on track to be self-sustaining by next year, telling lawmakers that enrollment is perking up and that taxes on premiums should be lower than in states using the federal exchange.
Nearly a third of the Coloradans signing up for health insurance under President Barack Obama’s law are 55 or older.
Officials say enrollment in Colorado’s health insurance exchange and expanded Medicaid programs topped 138,000 people between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31.
Just one more shopping day left, Colorado. Not for Christmas. For health insurance.
Colorado’s signups for private health insurance remain well below worst-case projections, federal data released Wednesday confirm.
Members of Colorado’s health exchange board are concerned people will face a January gap in coverage if they don’t find out in time whether they’re eligible for Medicaid or other subsidies before their policies expire.
The head of Colorado’s state health care exchange is backing off her request for a year-end raise and bonus.
A quarter-million Coloradans have gotten health insurance cancellation notices; many are complaining about higher premiums in many rural areas; and a new poll reflects deep skepticism in the state about the new health care law.
New data from the federal government show that more than 3,700 people have gotten private insurance through Colorado’s health insurance exchange.