Common Sense Institute analyses the changing trends in Colorado’s American Care Act (ACA) health insurance market to ensure discussions and debate about healthcare policy start from the same baseline.
The Latest Colorado Public Option Proposal Still Threatens the Jobs of Health Care Workers and May Trigger Higher Costs for Businesses and Households
To help inform health care policy discussions at the legislature, the Common Sense Institute reviewed recent trends in Affordable Care Act insurance premiums across Colorado and Washington State, which passed public option legislation in 2019.
This report details five issues that lawmakers should consider if legislation to create a Colorado public option is reintroduced this year.
This November, voters in Colorado will have the opportunity to vote on Proposition 118, a a state-run paid leave insurance benefit program for Colorado.
Run your own inputs through the Colorado Paid Family and Medical Leave Model to project a broad range of fiscal and individual results.