CO Groups Urge Action to Avoid Drastic State Budget Cuts

In the News Eric Galatas, Public News Service DENVER — A coalition of 135 Colorado organizations is urging state lawmakers to use all tools in their toolbox to blunt the most serious economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. Lost revenues are projected to...

Telemedicine booming in Colorado during pandemic, but will it last?

In the News Jakob Rodgers, The Gazette The doctor will see you now — just not in person. Seeking a safe way to salvage what’s left of their plummeting revenues, physicians, specialists and even physical therapists have turned to telemedicine in unprecedented fashion...

Coronavirus Scuttles Public Option in Colorado in ‘Cruel Irony’

In the News Tripp Baltz, Bloomberg Law Sponsors of a lightning-rod public option bill in Colorado are scuttling the insurance measure this year because of the coronavirus pandemic and the economic upheaval it’s wreaking in the state. It’s not feasible for health-care...
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