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Hick wants answers on exchange 'screwing up'Hick wants answers on exchange 'screwing up'Gov. John Hickenlooper (D-Colorado) wants answers after a 9NEWS investigation exposed a design flaw in the state health exchange which canceled the automatic renewal of up to 3,600 health plans without warning.
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Colorado likely to ban welfare cards at pot shopsColorado likely to ban welfare cards at pot shopsState lawmakers this year are poised to pass a law clarifying that public benefit cards can't be used at dispensary ATMs.
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GOP attempts to scuttle Colorado's health exchangeGOP attempts to scuttle Colorado's health exchangeColorado House Republicans made an ill-fated effort to disband Connect for Health Colorado, the official state health insurance exchange created to enact the federal Affordable Care Act.
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Exchange begins to notify non-renewed customersExchange begins to notify non-renewed customersThe design flaw, first exposed in a 9NEWS report last week
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Senate advances Keystone pipeline despite veto threatSenate advances Keystone pipeline despite veto threatCongress moves closer to showdown with the White House.
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Lottery money for bike trails under debate in ColoradoLottery money for bike trails under debate in ColoradoA recreational bike trail from Wyoming to New Mexico is a goal set by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper.
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Tougher penalties for animal fighting clear first voteTougher penalties for animal fighting clear first votePenalties for people who engage in animal fighting may face tougher penalties under a bill that cleared its first vote.
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Senate OKs 2 bills increasing health exchange oversightSenate OKs 2 bills increasing health exchange oversightLegislators would get more control over Connect for Health Colorado under two bills that got bipartisan approval Wednesday.
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Colorado right-to-die legislation announcedColorado right-to-die legislation announcedColorado Democrats are introducing legislation to allow the terminally ill choose when they die, with the help of doctor-prescribed medication.
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State Senate cracks down on Colo. health exchangeState Senate cracks down on Colo. health exchangeThe GOP-controlled Colorado Senate passed two bills aimed at dialing up scrutiny of Connect for Health Colorado, the state's health benefit exchange, following an audit that found trouble with how the organization handled funds.
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3 companies in Colo. exempted from contraception rule3 companies in Colo. exempted from contraception ruleA federal judge has barred the government from requiring three companies in Colorado to provide certain kinds of contraception under the federal health care law.
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Tax law quirk means pot may pay off (literally)Tax law quirk means pot may pay off (literally)Colorado's marijuana experiment was designed to raise tax revenue for the state and its schools, but a state law may give some of the money directly to residents.
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Colo. prisons make small profit from inmate work programColo. prisons make small profit from inmate work programAuditors say Colorado prisons are making big profits from charging inmates for phone calls and other personal items. But they're struggling to break even from shops run by inmate labor to make furniture and other goods sold to state agencies and the public.
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More Coloradans left uninsured by glitchMore Coloradans left uninsured by glitchMore people are learning they've fallen victim to a glitch in Colorado's official health insurance exchange
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Colorado lawmakers consider banning powdered alcoholColorado lawmakers consider banning powdered alcoholColorado lawmakers will consider whether to ban powdered alcohol before the product arrives in stores.
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El Paso County to require drug testing for TANFEl Paso County to require drug testing for TANFEvery month, more than 2,200 families in El Paso County take advantage of Colorado Works - a program aimed at helping parents and children in need through federal funds.
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Balance of Power: What can Congress get done?Balance of Power: What can Congress get done?The President laid out an ambitious, progressive agenda to an opposition Congress in the State of the Union address.
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Former state senator pleads guilty to embezzlementFormer state senator pleads guilty to embezzlementA former state senator accused of falsifying time sheets for work at a sheriff's department and a university has pleaded guilty to embezzlement.
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