We are in the midst of a national crisis affecting the lives of more than 100 million Americans, including many Coloradans. This crisis is worsening racial disparities in health and wealth.
For the first time, Coloradans without documentation will be able to purchase Colorado Option health insurance plans through the state’s individual marketplace – and many may qualify for financial assistance.
There are over 700,000 people in Colorado on Medicare Part D, which helps to cover the cost of medication for seniors and people with disabilities.
Black and Indigenous Americans and people of color in the United States experience greater health disparities compared to their white counterparts.
The three former officials called the bill ‘the most significant piece of climate legislation in United States history.