Coloradans will be able to shop for health insurance on the state exchange starting in November through Jan. 12, 2018.
“Cutting the cost sharing reduction payments is cruel and irresponsible,” said Colorado’s Democratic governor, John Hickenlooper.
Colorado's insured rate remains steady in 2017 at 93 percent.
Colorado's median household income went up in 2016 while poverty and the number of people uninsured went down.
The two governors called for the immediate stabilization of health insurance markets, among other recommendations.
The Democrat and Republican are working on a bipartisan plan to stabilize health insurance markets and give more power to states.
The CEO of Connect for Health Colorado says the state's health care exchange is in good shape in the face of federal turmoil.
President Trump says he's OK if Obamacare "implodes," and he may take a step toward that soon.
Colorado's senators split ways on the motion to move forward. Republican Cory Gardner voted to proceed, while Bennet against.
Connect for Health launched in 2011. About 178,000 Coloradans use the exchange to purchase private health insurance.