Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains CEO Vicki Cowart and Republican state Rep. Lori Saine both have stakes in the discussion, just at opposite ends.
The governor’s office says CDPHE will use existing funds to try to achieve these objectives, but eventually, more state money will be needed to implement all of the strategies.
A new report scorecard from The Commonwealth fund ranks Colorado 45th among states in alcohol-related deaths, even as it fares better for health problem prevention and treatment.
When The Trump Administration Enacts New Health Care Religious Freedom Rule, Weiser Will Sue To Stop it
The lawsuit will join several other White House rules and pharmaceutical companies the Colorado attorney general has challenged.
Washington state will enter the private health insurance market with a universally available public option -- which is expected to be as much as 10 percent cheaper than private insurance. The governor will sign the plan into law Monday.
For Rural Coloradans Who Are Deaf, ASL Interpreters Are Hard To Find. A New Pilot Program Could Change That
There are only a handful of ASL interpreters in Colorado who work outside the Front Range.
“I think that probably does fire up their base, but you cannot win an election in Colorado with the Republican base alone,” said Colorado Democratic Party chairwoman Morgan Carroll.
The VA Mission Act hopes to improve upon the Choice program, which ran over budget and didn't do much to reduce wait times for many veterans.
Supporters of the measure haven't given up yet, and hope to have a family leave fund set up by 2023.
There Are Just 2 Weeks Left In The Legislative Session. Here’s What Majority Democrats Still Want To Get Done
The clock is ticking on an ambitious agenda.