'It Can't Be Done': Hickenlooper On Health Care Without Federal HelpGov. John Hickenlooper and four other governors issued a warning to a U.S. Senate Committee in charge of health policy.
Audit: Colorado Health Marketplace Sustainable - For NowColorado's state health insurance exchange is in a position to be financially sustainable through 2019 — but changes to the federal health care law could easily jeopardize that scenario.
Preliminary Colorado Numbers Show Big Health Insurance Rate IncreasesHealth insurance rates could increase by the highest amount in Colorado since the individual marketplace opened under Obamacare.
Senate Health Care Bill Could Have Big Impact On ColoradoThe health care bill released by Republican leadership in the U.S. Senate could have a big impact in Colorado.
Scammers Use Health Insurance As Hook For VictimsPolice in Aurora say scammers are targeting people in search of affordable health care and using a Colorado number to trick their victims.
Colorado GOP Launches Campaign Against Insurance ExchangeColorado Republicans launch their opening attack on the health insurance exchange 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.
Bill Would Repeal State Healthcare ExchangeState lawmakers are taking up a bill to repeal Connect for Health Colorado - the state healthcare exchange.
Single-Payer Health Care Supporters Plan To Try AgainSupporter of Amendment 69, the single-payer health care system that was rejected by voters, say they plan to try again.
Single-Payer Health Care System Rejected, Colorado Votes Down Amendment 69A large majority of Coloradans aren't ready for a single-payer health care system.
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.

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