Highlights and News

Mar 25, 2014

Crunch time at capitol as lawmakers work on Long Bill

Long Bill chart

It's all about the Benjamins at the state capitol as legislators take up the budget bill, commonly known as the Long Bill (HB14-1336).

Mar 21, 2014

Clock is ticking – don't delay on signing up for insurance

10 days.

That's how long you have to ensure that your loved ones will have access to health care and be protected against financial calamity. If you are already covered, we urge you to share this email with friends and family members.

Mar 19, 2014

Key P-12 bills don't adequately address funding, needs

The Colorado House Education Committee today passed and sent to the House Appropriations Committee two important education funding bills – the 2014 School Finance Act (HB14-1298) and the "Student Success Act" (HB14-1292). Because these bills will help set the future course of public education in the state, we believe important changes still need to be made for the bills to best serve the needs of the state and local communities.

Mar 18, 2014

Curious what happens if you don't buy health insurance?

The first open-enrollment period for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act ends March 31 – in less than two weeks. The next enrollment period won't begin until Nov. 15.

Wondering what will happen if you don't purchase coverage by the end of the month? We can explain.

No coverage without a 'qualifying event'

Mar 14, 2014

Bell supports commonsense consumer protections for taxpayers

House Bill 14-1285, Taxpayer Protection Act Disclosures, which would require paid tax preparers in Colorado to disclose their qualifications and experience, passed second reading in the House on the morning of Friday, March 14.

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