90,000+ Coloradans Could Lose Health Insurance If Congress Doesn't ActMore than 90,000 Coloradans could lose insurance if Congress does not approve government funding by Friday.
'It's Really, Really A Sad Day': Arapahoe House Announces ClosureThe largest provider of substance abuse treatment in Colorado is closing its doors.
Bill To Preserve Health Insurance For Colorado Kids Passes First HurdleThe Senate Finance Committee passed a bill co-sponsored by Colorado's U.S. senators -to reauthorize the Children's Health Insurance Program.
Colorado Building Up Millions In Unpaid Medicaid ClaimsColorado doctors and hospitals are claiming they're owed hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars, in unpaid Medicaid claims.
'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.
Colorado To Receive $5.5 Million In EpiPen SettlementColorado will get more than $5 million from the makers of EpiPen. The drug company Mylan has been accused of charging the government an outrageous price for the potentially life-saving drug.
New Colorado Legislation Aimed At Addressing Opioid EpidemicA House study committee is reviewing the holes in Colorado's coverage and treatment abilities and hopes a bill will be part of the docket for the next legislative session.
Charges Dismissed Against Some Sen. Gardner ProtestersA judge has dismissed trespassing charges against five people who were arrested outside Sen. Cory Gardner's Denver office one week after a group of protesters were arrested at the senator's office.
Health Care Protesters 'Would Rather Go To Jail Than Die'Kalyn Heffernan made it to sound check with her band, Wheelchair Sports Camp, at Denver's Bluebird Theatre less thatn 24 hours after being released from jail.
Protesters Released 1 Day After Arrests At Sen. Gardner's OfficeThe protesters arrested Thursday night in the Denver office of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner were finally released early Saturday morning.
Protests Continue Despite Arrests In Sen. Gardner's OfficeNine out of the 10 protesters arrested Thursday night in the Denver office of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner remained behind bars on Friday night on charges including trespassing and interference with a police officer.
Protesters Staging 'Die-In' Removed From Sen. Gardner's OfficeProtesters who had been staging a "die-in" at Sen. Cory Gardner's office for the past three days were removed from the property on Thursday.

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