Senate Bill 215, which would create a new fee on the health insurance premiums paid by close to a million Coloradans, affects the funding for the reinsurance program but may also face strong legal challenges
Before protests brought thousands together, data pointed to a possible coronavirus resurgence in ColoradoBy John Ingold Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado lawmakers focus on essential workers amid coronavirus, push to make paid sick leave a right for allBy John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Unsheltered and expecting: A southwest Colorado couple could lose their children if they don’t find housingBy Bret Hauff Health Primary category in which blog post is published
“It feels like my back is up against a wall”: Why a handful of Colorado lawmakers are afraid to come to the Capitol
The Colorado legislature began allowing remote voting and participation this week after a partisan fight over whether to allow the practice.
The state budget includes a $200 million IOU for unspecified legislation that will eliminate tax breaks or raise fees, leaders said
The potential November ballot measure, pushed by Due Date Too Late, would prohibit abortion in later pregnancy except in cases in which the mother’s life is in danger
Aspen, other ski towns thought coronavirus anitbody tests would help them reopen. Instead they caused confusion.
Now, amid concerns about their unreliability, many testing programs have been scaled back or put on hold
Coronavirus deaths at Colorado nursing homes slow, reach 737; outbreaks at restaurants, stores continue to climb
The Sterling Correctional Facility in northeast Colorado is the site of the state’s largest coronavirus outbreak. At least 539 inmates there have tested positive for the disease and two have died.
State lawmakers are expected to consider a proposal to make it easier for some workers to receive benefits for COVID-19 contracted on the job
A series of health and safety protocols reshaped what lawmaking looked like in the General Assembly as lawmakers restarted the legislative session
Hospitals could be overwhelmed if older Coloradans don’t reduce their social interactions by more than half
A CU model suggests Colorado hospitals could exceed ICU bed capacity in September unless social-distancing guidelines are followed
The economic shutdown related to COVID-19 has complicated the lives of Colorado people with disabilities, who find their routines upset, their jobs at risk and their quest for affordable, accessible housing more difficult.