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.
Insurance companies across the state have announced their proposals for premium increases next year, some as high as 41 percent.
A community health leader says healthcare -- particularly for mental health -- has improved and the state is making Medicaid more efficient.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says he thinks Colorado can reach the emissions goals set in Paris, but calls the emissions targets "ambitious."
The governor is considering barring Anthem from the state's lucrative Medicaid contracts if the insurer decides to leave.
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield will decide this June whether to stay in Colorado's individual insurance market, created under the Affordable Care Act.