AURORA | If you have ever strolled through one of Colorado’s many world-class craft breweries, you’ve probably seen them: Some guy or gal — likely sporting some sweet threads from Patagonia or REI — with chiseled calf muscles, rock-hard abs and that air of general fitness about them that so many in the Centennial State […]
“I do understand the need that MCPN has,” said City Council Member Brad Pierce, who serves as chairman of the Management and Finance Committee. “They’re having to serve more people in their services, so I do think there’s a definite need for their expansion … I just can’t predict what council will do.”
“We must manage expectations and remain focused on the art of the doable as we move forward,” said Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, among several cautionary statements issued by Senate Republicans after the House vote.
he problem, experts say, is that the money is unlikely to guarantee an affordable alternative for those who get coverage under a popular provision of the Affordable Care Act that prevents insurers from rejecting people or charging higher rates based on their health
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Critics have raised concerns about how the latest version of House Republicans’ American Health Care Act would impact people with pre-existing conditions. The bill would allow states to opt out of the requirement for standard premiums, under certain circumstances.
State Sen. Rhonda Fields, D-Aurora, has slated the public meeting with representatives from the Colorado Health Institute, the Bell Policy Center and Connect for Health in Colorado. Connect for Colorado is the state’s health-insurance exchange. The Bell Policy Center is a left-leaning think tank
AURORA | Much to the chagrin of several local politicos, the Aurora Housing Authority, an arm of the city dedicated to erecting affordable housing projects, won’t be developing a new homeless veterans housing complex in north Aurora in the coming years, Housing Authority officials confirmed this week. The contract to build a proposed 60-unit development for […]
Under the White House offer, states would be allowed to apply for waivers from several coverage requirements that President Barack Obama’s 2010 health care law imposed on insurers.