Key Issues / Legislation and Policy
This 2016 edition of Legislation in Review explains the year’s trends and the bills that exemplified them and examines the political landscape, state budget pressures, and issues at stake in November’s elections.
The Colorado Health Institute visits the most interesting numerals from a month of health and healthy policy stories.
This new analysis by the Colorado Health Institute offers the national and international context that is essential to understanding the debate of aid in dying.
Health policy will play a starring role in Colorado's 2016 legislative session, which begins next Wednesday, January 13. The Colorado Health Institute's annual legislative preview takes a look at the coming debates.
Legislation in Review examines the trends, politics and budgetary pressures that shaped health care policy in 2015. The report also looks at unfinished business that is likely to return in 2016.
Section 1332 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) gives states the ability to waive major parts of the law, as long as they maintain the same levels of coverage, affordability and health benefits as the ACA without raising the federal deficit. A new brief looks at these waivers and the considerations states have to make before pursuing one.