An ambitious plan to make Colorado the first state with universal health care has been spiked by its Democratic sponsor.
Colorado is preparing to expand health assistance for low-income adults, but state lawmakers want to know how much it would cost.
The federal government is seeking to overturn an order blocking it from penalizing a Colorado company whose health care coverage doesn’t include birth control.
A year from now everyone in the nation will be required to have health insurance under Obamacare. In Colorado that means the health care industry and state officials are scrambling to make the transition easy for consumers.
Michelle Ebert played basketball, volleyball, tennis and softball in high school. But she gained weight after college while building her career with a firm that helps other companies manage customer service, often working 14-hour days.
Democrats have consolidated control of both chambers and the governor’s office, and the 2013 session could see a flurry of legislation after two years of divided control, tight budgets and little significant change.
Some 160,000 Colorado adults with low incomes could become eligible for public health care assistance under a plan announced Thursday by Gov. John Hickenlooper.
A major deadline looms Friday for states to comply with the new health care law. Colorado’s an early achiever and doesn’t have to worry about the deadline.
When I noticed an email titled “Health Care Reform 2013″ in my inbox, I was tempted to skip it. Feeling guilty, I went back later and opened it to find a wealth of information from one of our insurance companies.
State health activists are meeting to discuss what Colorado needs to do now that the election is over and new federal requirements are a certainty.