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The Indy Weekly Podcast, Episode 10: In times of chaos, find...

A major vote on healthcare is expected in the Senate early next week, and Senate Republicans still aren’t sure what they’ll be voting on. The...

What repealing Obamacare would mean for one rural Colorado hospital

San Luis Valley Health Regional Medical Center in Alamosa is a small hospital, with only 49 beds. But it is the only hospital within...

Awaiting the healthcare vote in a town Obamacare didn’t help

HUGO, Colo. — From the bed in his bright, airy room at Lincoln Community Hospital, a nonprofit 15-bed facility on the western edge of...

Another week, another anti-Obamacare ad

  Congressman Cory Gardner's campaign is out with another ad that aims to link incumbent Senator Mark Udall to the Affordable Care Act and resulting health care policy...

On the digital stump: Mike Kopp

  Last week we introduced you to each of the four candidates and campaigns in the June 24 GOP gubernatorial primary: Mike Kopp, Tom Tancredo,...

Nation’s most expensive healthcare region may see relief

Colorado's Division of Insurance announced today that it's making moves to lower mountain-dwellers' high premiums by pooling expensive regions into larger blocks that — hopefully — will allow for better insurance rates.

Senate moves to regulate Lyft, Uber; House all-in for audit of...

It's the 59th day of the 2014 legislative session — just a day shy of the half-way mark. Though it almost caused Sen. Hill to ruin Sen. Harvey's birthday, Lyft and Uber will probably get to stay in Colorado under new regulations.

House sets State Auditor on Colo’s Health Exchange. Report threat on...

Thursday March 5th, the 57th day of the legislative session, was gray but smelled like spring.

Senate hopeful Amy Stephens half-defends “AmyCare”

After much speculation, Republican Rep. and U.S. Senate hopeful Amy Stephens went ahead and half-defended her support of the Colorado health care exchange today when Rep. Janak Joshi brought a measure to repeal the exchange before the Public Health Care & Human Services committee, which Stephens sits on.

Center for Disease Control called out for transphobic policy

Kaiser and Colorado HealthOp agreed last month to cover more services for transgender Coloradans. But discrimination persists, particularly against those who are most vulnerable and seeking publicly funded treatment.