Sen. Bennet: Congress Is As 'Dysfunctional' As It's Ever BeenSen. Michael Bennet says Congress is as "dysfunctional" as it's ever been.
Colorado Lawmakers Pass Hospitals, Roads BillColorado's Legislature has passed an ambitious bill to spare hospitals severe budget cuts while generating $1.8 billion for transportation.
Idaho Congressman: "Nobody Dies Because They Don't Have Access To Health Care"An Idaho Congressman provoked a strong response from his audience Friday night after saying "nobody dies" for lack of health care access.
Colorado Bill Restoring Hospital Subsidies AdvancesColorado lawmakers formally launched a rescue mission Friday to spare hospitals in the state severe budget cuts by advancing a bill that features a grab bag of fiscal maneuvers, including raising recreational pot taxes.
Colorado Lawmakers React To New Health Care BillRepublicans are celebrating the passage of a new health care bill through the House, but their fight to repeal and replace Obamacare is far from over.
Coffman Breaks With Party Ranks With Health Care VoteRep. Mike Coffman voted against the latest version of the American Health Care Act on Thursday.
Repeal Or Spare? Pressure Is On Mike Coffman And Other Moderates Over Health CareModerate Republicans face intense pressure on their party's latest attempt to scrap Democrat Barack Obama's health care law — from President Donald Trump, House GOP leaders, medical professionals and outside political groups.
After Scribbling Down Details Of Spending Bill, Lawmakers Now At An ImpasseA dozen hospitals in rural Colorado could close if state lawmakers don't reach a deal on a sweeping bill by next week.
Colorado Lawmakers Reconcile A Budget Without Wiggle RoomA bipartisan conference committee restored funding for a teen survey that asks about drug use and added money to hire more oil and gas field inspectors in reaching a deal Thursday to balance Colorado's $26.8 billion budget.
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.