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.
'Bad From Start To Finish': DeGette Describes GOP Health Care PlanRep. Diana DeGette, a Democrat representing Denver in Congress, is among many who are disappointed with the new GOP plan to replace Pres. Obama's Affordable Care Act.
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 To Hold Telephone Town Hall Wednesday EveningColorado U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner is among four Republican senators raising concerns about the party's health care replacement plan.
GOP-Backed Bill To Increase Colorado Revenue Passes TestA Republican bill that would allow Colorado to keep more of the tax revenue it already has to spend on roads, education and health care cleared a hurdle Tuesday.
Colorado Hits Insurance Milestone Amid Big QuestionsColorado concludes health insurance sign-ups Tuesday, but there is great uncertainty over the future of those insurance plans. The uncertainty is coloring debate at the Capitol, where lawmakers await word about how the federal health care law will change.
'People Shouldn't Be Afraid': Gardner On Trump PolicyColoradans are flooding the phone lines of Colorado's elected officials after President Donald Trump took the Oath of Office.
Hickenlooper Reaffirms Commitment To Health Care Exchange In State Of State AddressColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper presented his annual State of the State address to yet another split Legislature on Wednesday.
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.
New Clinic Offers Mental Health Services to LGBTQ CommunityThere's a new effort to improve health care for members of the LGBTQ community.