ColoradoCare would create a first-in-the-nation system to replace the Affordable Care Act.
A new analysis found that ColoradoCare would cover more than 80 percent of the state’s residents and would have a $38 billion annual budget.
No matter who's Democratic nominee, Colorado also has to decide on an initiative this year to create the state’s own single-player plan.
The governor also discussed transportation funding, single-payer healthcare, and his biggest legislative priority in his regular conversation with Colorado Matters.
- Former Gov. Bill Ritter, a Democrat, says if passed it would put another “inflexible fiscal constraint” in the state Constitution, cost too much and hurt businesses.Read more
Voters in Colorado made the state the first in the nation to legalize recreational pot. Next year, they could vote in another first.
- "ColoradoCare" backers turned in 109,134 valid signatures, the Secretary of State's office calculated. It needed at least 98,492.Read more