Just 6.7 percent of Colorado residents remain uninsured. In 2013 that number was 14.3 percent.
- The Little Sisters of the Poor are already exempt from covering birth control for lay employees, but they object to notifying the government about it.Read more
Connect for Health's leaders are crafting a plan they say will make the program financially sustainable.
If the health exchange board approves the 3.5 percent charge for premiums, the fee for a $4,000 yearly plan would go up by $84.
A roundup of the 2015 legislative session shows that bills that made health care more efficient or expanded access passed. Those tied to social issues did not.
- The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has a backlog of some 3,000 FOIA requests and says it may need 10 years or more to dig out from under some large cases.Read More
Researchers attribute the drop to the state's embracing of the Affordable Care Act.
"If you receive tax credits to help lower the cost of your health insurance, there is no reason for concern about your coverage," a state official said.