It's more than a call for action, the blueprint provides examples of effective state efforts that could be used at both the fed and state levels.
Affordable Care Act (ACA Obamacare)
Democrats have used health care to go on the attack, and the issue is coming up in congressional races in Colorado and across the country.
Colorado ranks 44th in the nation for per capita Medicaid spending, in a report by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Obamacare survives, along with plenty of questions about its future, and for people who want to sign up for coverage under the program.
The House and Senate are considering major changes to the Affordable Care Act and other health care-related tax credits.
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.
Former House Majority Leader Amy Stephens sponsored the bill that created Colorado's health exchange.
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.