In Colorado, More People Are Insured But Cost Remains An Issue

Marilyn Kruse couldn't get health insurance through her job as a substitute teacher in Jefferson County, Colo. Now she buys insurance through the state's health exchange.i

Marilyn Kruse couldn’t get health insurance through her job as a substitute teacher in Jefferson County, Colo. Now she buys insurance through the state’s health exchange.

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Marilyn Kruse couldn't get health insurance through her job as a substitute teacher in Jefferson County, Colo. Now she buys insurance through the state's health exchange.

Marilyn Kruse couldn’t get health insurance through her job as a substitute teacher in Jefferson County, Colo. Now she buys insurance through the state’s health exchange.

John Daley/Colorado Public Radio

On Wednesday, the Census Bureau gave Obamacare some good news: the number of people without health insurance dropped to 10.4 percent in 2014, down from 13.3 percent in 2013.

Colorado may be doing even better. When the Affordable Care Act launched

Article source: http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2015/09/16/440887260/in-colorado-more-people-are-insured-but-cost-remains-an-issue?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=affordablecareact

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