I don’t even care if Gardner owns up to his pathetic and aggravating deception after being caught red-handed fretting over Republican seats in Congress during next year’s mid-term election. And I don’t care if he apologizes for doubling down on his nonsensical mendacity after being busted and outed. I just want him to stop
Currently veterans who were dishonorably discharged can’t access services including mental health care. The Veteran Urgent Access to Mental Healthcare Act would allow the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide initial mental health assessments and mental health care services to veterans at risk of suicide or harming others.
Democratic governors John Hickenlooper of Colorado, John Bel Edwards of Louisiana and Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania added their names to the letter, which argues that “true and lasting reforms are best approached by finding common ground in a bipartisan fashion.” The governors implore the leaders to focus on stabilizing the individual insurance markets, give states flexibility and ensure affordable cover.
It can’t be an improvement, because, like all these plans, it doesn’t address the problem. Like Obamacare, Trumpcare 2.0 will be a shell game, shifting costs from one unlucky American to another, with everybody paying more for less every single year
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced his decision Friday, about a week after lawmakers concluded their annual session with modest advancements on road funding, energy and health care. He had warned them not to make any vacation plans for May.
The measure skirted through the House by a thin 217-213 vote, as all voting Democrats and a group of mostly moderate Republican holdouts voted no. U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, who represents the 6th Congressional District including most of Aurora, announced hours before the vote that he would not support the latest draft of the bill.
The Health Insurance Tax (HIT) is a brutal tax on health care that continues to cripple small and independent businesses throughout our state. It’s estimated the HIT will cost businesses $500 in taxes per employee per year. A burden of this size will crush Colorado’s small businesses
The campaign encourages healthy living to help improve the quality of life of Aurora immigrants and refugees — many of who do not have access to regular health services. The plan addresses annual medical checkups, healthy eating, exercise, rest and balance
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman of the 6th Congressional District was poised to approve the bill. “History will judge the party harshly if we don’t keep our word to repeal and replace the Obamacare disaster,” he said in a statement, after the measure was pulled