On immigration, energy policy, and health care, John Hickenlooper says Colorado will continue to chart its own course, regardless of the presidential election.
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A recent national study found 40 percent of caregivers said a client of theirs was the victim of financial abuse more than once -- a sharp rise from just two years earlier.
The findings have major implications for understanding the drug’s effects, according to Daniela Vergara, the lead author of the study.
State agencies and doctors need to work out some key details before it can go into effect.
Open enrollment to sign up for health insurance for 2017 starts Tuesday and Coloradans can expect sharp price increases for 2017.
The Veterans Affairs internal watchdog will look into claims that three facilities in Colorado kept veterans waiting for care and falsified records
One of Colorado’s most high-profile election battles is over ColoradoCare. Amendment 69 is also one of the most expensive ballot fights.
The agency cites "numerous comments" requesting that public opinion be considered in their deliberation.
On the 2016 ballot: Amendment 72 would more than triple the tax on a pack of cigarettes, from $0.84 a pack to $2.59. Taxes on other tobacco products would also rise.
Will voters sharply raise the state’s tobacco tax? The money involved is more than just the $1.75 that would be added to a pack of smokes.
Amendment 69 on the ballot would make Colorado the first state in the country to have taxpayer-funded universal healthcare.
Matt Larson, who suffered from a malignant brain tumor, wants the option to end his life. Critics say it would destroy the patient-physician relationship.